Posted: May 13, 2014 5:26 AM by Meteorologist Josh Eachus
It will remain warm and very humid with highs in the upper 80s. Again, there will be enough instability for showers and storms to develop in the afternoon; however coverage today should be slightly lesser than Sunday and Monday. Areas that do not see a storm pop, could register the first 90° reading of the year. Southerly winds will continue at a 10-15mph clip. More widespread shower and storm activity will begin to develop Wednesday Morning as a cold front enters the region. Some of the showers could produce heavy rainfall. Prior to the rain, it will be muggy and mild with a low in the low 70s.
Where areas of rain persist and produce 1-2" of rain on Wednesday, some areal flooding will once again be possible leading to ponding of water in poor drainage areas. Thermometers will be held in the low 80s and a result. Humidity should gradually decrease during the afternoon and evening.