After a great Fourth of July we ended up with a great holiday weekend too! We had lots of sunshine, low humidity and temperatures right around normal for this time of year.
The sunshine has really been helping farmers and many of the flowers around the area. Bill Norman from Farmersville sent some pictures of his sunflowers. He says some of them are about 6 feet tall!
A few high level clouds have moved into portions of the Miami Valley from a storm system to the west of us. This piece of energy will head into the area late tonight and early tomorrow morning. We may see a few spotty showers very early Sunday morning but they should be out of here by lunchtime.
We’ll start off with cloudy skies on Sunday but will see some sunshine Sunday afternoon. Highs will be in the low to middle 80′s.
A cold front will arrive on Monday. This will bring an increase in humidity and also the chance for showers and storms. Dew point values have been in the 50′s for the last few days but now it’s on the rise for early next week. Dew point values will climb into the 60′s and near 70. This means it’s going to feel much more humid.
The cold front will head this way on Monday. We’ll see clouds increase late Sunday night with showers and storms likely for Monday afternoon.
There’s another system heading this way for Tuesday. It will bring another round of rain for the day.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!