Fairly quiet conditions find us again today, with shower chances not arriving until tonight. Temperatures are a bit cooler starting out, with highs expected to warm into the low and mid 80s this afternoon. Compared to this time yesterday, we are beginning the day 2-5 degrees cooler, which will be reflected in afternoon peak temperatures as well. Overall, the upper level pattern will keep temps in check, with highs to be below average all week.
In addition to the cooler conditions, afternoon pop up showers and thunderstorms will be possible. Passing storm complexes could clip the area over the next couple of days, with a flash flooding threat in place tomorrow. Though the risk is low, it can't be ruled out. Stronger storms could produce heavy rainfall rates, which could result in localized flash flooding or higher running water bodies. Have a way to receive warnings if they were to be issued (though low chance). Showers and storms will be possible each day after today (at least through the weekend), mainly during the afternoon to early evening hours.
Other than the daily shower/storm threat, temperatures will be pleasant with a mixture of sunshine and cloud cover each day. Take advantage of the cooler stretch while it lasts!
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