Posted: Apr 30, 2012 3:23 PM by Mike Madson
Southwesterly winds will linger with us this week. For most of us, that means warm thermometer readings and low humidities. On the down side, it also means those wind speeds will be stronger than 35 mph at times (but they WILL boost the temps in the process). While it GENERALLY will be dry, you never write off an isolated thunderstorm or two any afternoon or evening.
As we arrive at your weekend, Saturday will be more of the same, but clouds, wind and the amount of water in the air will increase on Sunday, leading to a better chance for thunderstorms later, with a breezy, cooler Monday, and an even better chance for storms.