West Monroe, La. - Lower humidity and sunshine will kick off the first full week of June, as temperatures stay a few degrees below normal for a day or two. Unfortunately, any break for the unseasonably warm temperatures is very short-lived.
Storms continue to exit southward ahead of a cold front that brought the initial changes in winds through the afternoon. However, the drier air lagged behind until much later this evening.
A few isolated storms will be possible through the middle of the week. Most of any rain will be of the typical, summertime storm variety. Temperatures will also climb as an upper ridge of high pressure expands through the Central Plains. Temperatures will climb back into the mid 90s with heat index values approaching the triple digits by the end of the work week.