Sunday: Early Morning Rain and Thunder. Dry Afternoon, Then More Evening Storms. A Few May Be Strong.
High: 81. Wind: SW 6-14 mph
Sunday Night: Becoming Partly Cloudy and Less Muggy.
Low: 60. Wind: W 7-12 mph
Monday: Partly Cloudy. Warm, but Not Humid and A Bit Breezy.
High: 80. Wind: W 8-16 mph
Late morning through Sunday mid-afternoon will be dry, but warm, muggy, and partly cloudy. If you're heading out to the Patriot Freedom Festival at the Dayton VA, or Heritage Day at Carillon Park, or maybe going to the pool, we will likely be dry, but quite humid. Then, in the evening as a cold front approaches from Indiana, a very energized atmosphere will "activate" and storms will start moving our way. The most likely time for storms will be between 5 pm and 11 pm. The main threat from these storms will be a few instances of damaging wind in excess of 60 mph. Hail is also possible, as is heavy rain and frequent lightning.
A cold front will pass through early Monday morning. This will wipe away the humid air and chance for rain and thunder for Memorial Day! We're looking at a great day for parades, barbecuing, and swimming. High temps will top out near 80 degrees, but without humidity, the air will feel quite nice. Once we head back to work or maybe school on Tuesday, a very steady pattern will develop through the rest of the week. Highs will stay in the mid-70s through Saturday with a mix of clouds and sun. While the chance for rain is not all that high, each day could bring a quick shower or sprinkle. No major heat is in the forecast through the first few days of June.
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