For most it was a perfect Monday with lots of sunshine and temperatures in the upper 70s to mid 80s.
Unfortunately, we have a bumpy ride tonight, as a complex of storms will roll from the west. The clouds will increase tonight and will give way to the storm after about 3 am.
The line will be a nasty, fast-moving storm as it moves from about 3am to 9am. The morning commuter traffic is affected by these storms, especially in the south and east.
The storms will naturally take a hit with harmful gusts of wind and big hail as the main threat. There is an increased risk of these threats in the south.
Heavy rainfall is likely to accompany this storm, with localized areas having more than 1 to 3 inches of precipitation.
The clouds will pick up on Tuesday after the storms. Pioneer for very unpleasant heat and moisture. Temperatures seem to be recovering in the mid-'80s, with an afternoon heat index in the mid-'90s.
There will be minor showers and storms from Tuesday to Wednesday, mostly in the south. On Wednesday, the temperatures will cool down to the upper 70s and lower 80s.
Very pleasant temperatures and humidity are maintained for Thursday and Friday in plenty of sunshine. Clouds, storm probabilities and humidity seem to return for the weekend.