Michael Fish's NBC26 Storm Shield weather forecast
Today's weather will be pretty much copied and pasted from the weekend with those isolated T'storms developing in the afternoon. A lot of your day will be dry once again with highs back in the upper-70s and lower-80s. Winds will change out of the ESE between 3 to 7 mph. If you would get under one of those T'storms, expect some brief downpours and perhaps some small hail in some of the stronger storms. Tonight, temperatures will cool off into the upper-50s with any one of those isolated showers ending in the evening. There will be the potential for a little patchy fog late. Tuesday looks to be a mostly dry day, but there is the small potential of another isolated afternoon shower, mainly to the west. Highs will top out in the low-80s. The risk of showers and storms return later on the day on Wednesday as a cold front approaches. The best chance of this activity will be on Wednesday night. The front departs the area on Thursday morning. The upcoming weekend looks to rebound in warmth as high temperatures get into the mid-80s to near 90 degrees.