It has been feeling more summery around parts of the Upper Midwest this weekend. And where heat and humidity go... convection typically follows. A complex of storms bubbled up in South Dakota Saturday night and then traveled east to the Mississippi Sunday morning.
There were some boundaries left over and there were a few rounds of storms through the day. South of that boundary it was all summer - temperatures in the 80s, 90s, even some triple digits. The humidity was high with dew points well into the 70s.
North of the boundary the rain kept temperatures down in the 70s and 80s. There will be additional showers and thunderstorms into Tuesday as a cold front moves through the Midwest.
With all of the moisture around, there will be decent rainfall totals from the multiple rounds of rain.
Unfortunately areas that need the rain the most will still be missing out. The rain and front will start to knock back the temperatures a bit as we head into the new week.
The heat will begin to retreat south Monday and even more so on Tuesday.
The humidity will still be on the high side through the week so summery weather is here to stay...