Another cloudy and soggy day...
Showers and storms will continue to track eastward this morning across Eastern Nebraska.
A slow-moving front is over the southeast and will slowly start to move over the Midlands Tuesday, as it moves it will increase the rain chances. Some localized flooding is also possible.
It will be mostly cloudy this evening with a chance of a few showers overnight. There is a minimal risk of severe weather with damaging winds being the main threat. Highs venture into the upper 70s. That system looks like a slow-mover and will likely stall as another cold front edges in behind it. Highs both days range in the lower 80s.
Overall however, temperatures will remain mainly in the mid to lower 80s for the highs in the 50s for the lows.
Today: Mix of Sun and Clouds with Scattered Showers and Storms in the Afternoon.
There's no denying the region is waterlogged at this point, with the official weather station at Lehigh Valley International Airport recording another 0.52 inches of rain on Monday. Temperatures will climb into the upper 70s.
Partly cloudy with passing showers.
Saturday night: Showers and thunderstorms likely.
Tropics - Tropical Storm Franklin formed last night in the Western Caribbean. This system is now moving west-northwestward at about 15 miles per hour across the tropical Atlantic. Franklin will then move west across the Bay of Campeche on Wednesday.
This afternoon and early evening, we will see some thunderstorm development with an occasional gusty wind over 40 miles per hour.
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