Passing Cold Front Keeps Things Lively

Good Monday morning, everyone! We’re glad to have you start your morning with us. We started our week on an active note with some pretty neat cloud structures yesterday morning, and that active pattern looks to continue with a passing cold front that will keep things lively.

Showers Possible This Evening

The Father’s Day showers moved out last night and left us this morning with clear skies. Partly cloudy conditions look to dominate most of the day, at least until this evening.

Highs today will also return to typical summertime temperatures in the mid 80’s. By the late afternoon timeframe, we could start seeing some spotty showers fire and move into the region. A more organized structure looks to move through during the overnight hours.

Passing Cold Front Keeps Things Lively
The HRRR shows some individual storms developing in the evening followed by a more organized line. (Pivotal Weather)

Rain Cools Us Off Again

The showers from Monday look to linger into the morning hours of Tuesday as the cold front gets closer to the region. Some storms could bring some heavier rainfall, too. The wind will pick up as well, with some gusts upwards of 20 mph.

Passing Cold Front Keeps Things Lively
An approaching cold front will bring some rainy and breezy conditions to WABBLES! (WPC)

The rainy conditions will also help take daytime temperatures down a few notches. Highs on Tuesday look to only reach the low 80’s. The cold front looks to pass on Wednesday, so temperatures will remain in the low 80’s.

Additionally, with the cold front finally through, skies will clear up and we’ll see some sunshine return for Wednesday and the rest of the week!

Passing Cold Front Keeps Things Lively
Clouds move out with the cold front on Wednesday, leaving the sunshine behind! (Pivotal Weather)

That finishes today’s forecast. Thanks for reading! Follow our live weather feed @wxornotBG, as well as on Facebook, for all your weather updates. Stay dry!

wx 6/22/20

Hot, muggy conditions lead to strong storm potential this afternoon; more likely rain chances take over Tuesday.

Posted by Landon Hampton on Monday, June 22, 2020