As we close out the weekend, expect northerly winds to bring slightly drier conditions. But, it will not be enough to prevent storm development on this Sunday due to lingering moisture. Expect more afternoon and evening storms to fire up with stray showers on Sunday night after the sun goes down. (Sunset: 8:13pm)
Strong storms could produce gusty winds up to 55 mph. Additionally, the potential for waterspouts and funnel clouds will be present. The risk of street flooding will also be present from tropical downpours since the grounds are already saturated due to recent storms.
We will have a brief period of mostly to partly sunny days with isolated showers and inland PM storms to start the work week. But, more rounds of rain and scattered storms will return to our forecast as a stormy setup returns by the middle of the week.
Additionally, we will get a taste of summer this week as daytime highs peak in the low to mid 90s for most of the work week.
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