Staying dry for Monday evening

T-storms stay to our north & south
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With high pressure parked on top of the area, it kept us hot for today. If you had outdoor plans, it kept any rain chances away as the new work and school week got underway. Since high pressure will stay around for tonight, we’ll keep things quiet as we turn mild overnight. A cold front and an upper-level wave to our north will continue to fire up t-storms in parts of the Upper Midwest. The Storm Prediction Center maintains a slight risk for parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin for this evening for severe t-storms capable of mainly large hail and some damaging wind gusts. Another slight risk covers parts of the Gulf Coast from Gulf Shores through the Florida Panhandle and up to parts of southwestern Georgia. That’s due to Tropical Storm Marco working across the coast. T-storms in the northeast part of the circulation will have some strong winds and some isolated waterspouts and tornadoes possible through the evening and into tonight.