An upper level area of low pressure continues to spin over the Great Lakes. Spokes of energy have been rotating around this low and generating disturbances at the surface resulting in showers and thunderstorms, some of which have been severe.
This low will still be over the Great Lakes on Monday and the chance continues that showers and thunderstorms will be moving across the area.
The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center has indicated that there will be a slight risk for severe weather over portions of the Mid Atlantic region on Monday.
By the middle of the week the upper level low will have lost its’ identity and the “troffiness” that has allowed for unsettled weather in the region for several days will be absorbed in the general westerly flow. The bulk of the first week of summer should be fairly typical with high temperatures in the mid-upper 80s and lows in the 60s. Rain chances will increase a little toward the end of the week as a couple of weak disturbances approach.