Warm temperatures and the possibility of isolated storms are expected for Mother’s Day, according to meteorologist Daniel Johnson.
The day started with cloud cover, but it cleared out, allowing temperatures to reach the 80s.
While some areas experienced heavy rainfall and thunderstorms, most of the region remained dry.
The uncomfortable humidity levels are expected to persist, with dew points above 65 degrees.
Radar shows showers and thunderstorms to the north, but they are dissipating as a front moves through.
The muggy conditions will continue into the night, with a chance of a few showers or storms.
Mother’s Day will start with cloudy skies, brightening up later in the day, with a high of 83 degrees.
There is a possibility of a few isolated thunderstorms forming, but severe weather is not expected.
The upcoming week may have unsettled weather with cloud cover and a chance of showers on Election Day.
However, Wednesday and Thursday are expected to have better weather conditions.