Summer-like warmth and elevated humidity is expected Tuesday in the wake of late Monday’s warm frontal passage and scattered thunderstorm clusters. A stout south wind and ample to abundant sunshine will push top temperatures to either-side of the 80-degree mark.
Meanwhile, that same front will begin a push southeastward as a cold front Tuesday night and Wednesday. This set-up will help to generate the next outbreaks of showers and thunderstorms, with some possibly locally severe.
Cooler, drier weather and more seasonal temperatures will then take over for Thursday and Friday.
Looking ahead, a sunny, dry start to the weekend is expected, but by Sunday, another approaching warm front will trip-off another round of scattered thunderstorms, with another push of Summer-like warmth ahead early next week.