Skies will remain clear overnight as high pressure remains firmly across our area. We’ll see plenty of sunshine again tomorrow, but as the area of high-pressure moves to the east, temperatures will begin to increase as a southerly flow commences. Highs tomorrow will reach the 80s, with a few 90-degree readings possible back to the northwest. Wednesday will be similar, but an approaching front from the west could initiate a few thunderstorms. Instability will be high enough that some of the storms may approach severe levels, and the Storm Prediction Center has a marginal risk highlighted for much of the state. The rest of the week will end on a sunny note with near-average high temperatures. Rain chances look to increase by this weekend as there are hints and the pattern becoming more active.
-Meteorologist Dave Holder