Our unsettled stretch of weather with scattered showers and storms, will take us into the week ahead. We will start to see temperatures warm and it will remain humid. A warm front will lift north of the region by Monday morning, as a result look for more scattered showers and possibly a storm tonight. A weak disturbance will cross the region on Monday, this will trigger some additional showers and storms. Southerly winds, around high pressure off the coast, will boost temperatures by Tuesday and Wednesday into the warmer 80s. Each of these days, could feature a shower or storm, but less coverage is expected. By the late week, a new cold front will approach from the Great Lakes and this will trigger more showers and storms. At this time, drier and cooler conditions look to return taking us into the Memorial Day weekend.
Tonight: Scattered showers, possible a storm, mainly before midnight, cloudy with areas of fog, lows 60-64. Monday: Mostly cloudy with a chance for showers and storms, warmer, highs 77-81. Tuesday/Wednesday: Sun and clouds, much warmer and humid, isolated PM storm possible, highs 85-90. Thursday: Partly sunny, chance for showers and storms, highs 81-85. Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance for showers and storms, highs 77-81. Saturday: Partly sunny, less humid, highs 72-76.