Monday, June 23 Evening Forecast

Published 06/23 2014 04:21PM

Updated 06/23 2014 06:26PM

It was a soggy and stormy start to our workweek! Storms stay scattered about the area during the first part of this evening.  They will slowly fizzle out as the sun sets.  Lingering storms are possible in areas like West Plains and Mountain Home through the overnight hours.  Temperatures bottom out in the mid 60s this evening under clearing skies.

Our skies clear up a bit on Tuesday!  We'll be drier and see the sun peak out again.  A very slight storm chance remains in our extreme southeastern zones Tuesday (near West Plains and Mountain Home).  Weak upper level disturbances passing by and a decent moisture supply kick up storm chances Wednesday afternoon and Thursday. Gust winds and small hail will be possible these two days, but the main story with these storms will be the high rain totals.  Some places could pick up over an inch of rain over Wednesday and Thursday!
Our weather will reflect summer-like conditions through this week with highs in the mid 80s, and humid conditions.  

Storm chances go down on Friday as an upper level ridge builds overhead.  We'll see extra sunshine and temperatures approaching 90 degrees this upcoming weekend!  It's looking like great pool and lake weather!

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