|Moon Phase||Waxing Gibbous Moon|
It's been another summerlike day across northeast Ohio, although the humidity has been slightly lower when compared to yesterday.
A few cumulus clouds have been building throughout the afternoon hours, but it has remained rather quiet today. The atmosphere will be more unstable tomorrow. That being said, we are expecting more cloud cover limiting the amount of insolation, which may help inhibit severe storms. We can expect scattered variety of thunderstorms to head into our bakcywards on Wednesday afternoon as well as a Thursday afternoon. At that point, the cold front will push southward. This will open the doors to cooler temperatures in conjunction with lower humidity.
As we edge our way closer to Memorial Day weekend, we can prepare for a benign weather pattern along with slightly below-normal to near-normal highs temperatures in the middle 60s to near 70F. So, your outdoor festivities will be a 'GO'!
We hope that you are having a wonderful day!