Good Monday morning to you! It's a really pretty start to the new week out there - we've got plenty of blue sky and a few clouds overhead. We'll keep it mostly sunny to partly cloudy through the day, with only an isolated PM shower or storm chance. Most areas will stay totally dry - but if you have pool or golf plans make sure you keep an eye to the sky.
Humidity levels have dipped a bit, and will stay on the lower side today. That's not to say it won't be muggy at all, but the humidity will definitely be FAR less oppressive and uncomfortable as it was late last week. We'll be watching for dewpoints in the low to mid 60s, generally, which I think is manageable for late July.
By Tuesday morning some rain and t-storms will be approaching our western sections, and most of the models show us getting some decent rainfall tomorrow. The rain will fall during both the morning and afternoon, so have the umbrella waiting in your car or by the front door. Some heavy rainfall could lead to localized flooding issues, and strong to severe storms will also be possible. We'll have to see if morning rain keeps us from destabilizing for the afternoon - but with the uncertainty it's important to note that we are in the Slight Risk area for Tuesday. You can see the SPC's Convective Outlook here.
With the higher rain chances and cloud cover, temperatures will be cooler tomorrow - but the rest of the week we'll return to above-normal temps and small late-day storm chances. Have a great Monday!