As many head back to work and school, our weather pattern digs into a state of normal for the week ahead.
Tuesday will feature an early, hazy sunshine and a quick warm up into the lower 90s. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are again expected during the afternoon hours.
The nighttime will bring a close to most shower activity and send temperatures back into the mid-70s.
Tropical Storm Dolly was named in the Bay of Campeche early Tuesday Morning. As of 4am CDT on Tuesday, the storm was positioned about 200 miles east of the Mexican Coast. Dolly has maximum sustained winds of 45mph and a minimum central pressure of 1005mb. Some slight strengthening is possible before the tropical cyclone turns west-northwest and makes landfall in Mexico on Wednesday Morning. The storm poses no threat to the local area.
You can get forecasts from Meteorologist Josh Eachus weekdays on 2une-In from 5-7am and News 2 at Noon from 12-1pm. Additionally, you can get the fastest and latest forecasts and weather news by checking in with wbrz.com/weather, connecting with Josh on Google+ and following him on Twitter.
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