This Evening – 88º by 7 PM
Warm and humid, though models are bringing more shower activity south to our area:
Some of us may catch a shower this evening as a cold front approaches from the northwest and moisture begins to roll-in from Tropical Storm Bill.
Activity should be scattered, with heavier rain and storms staying to our north.
Temperatures will drop to the low 70ºs overnight.
Wednesday – Still Hot & a Slight Rain Chance – Wake Up: 73º, High: 93º
Things will be hot again tomorrow, with more concerns for high heat index values.
As that cold front (which won’t do much of anything for us in terms of temps) moves through, high pressure will once again be in control of our weather.
That’ll keep rain chances low once again:
That area of high pressure will begin to move east tomorrow and Thursday.
Thursday – Hot…Again – Wake Up: 73º, High: 94º
As the high moves more to the east, that will allow for some moisture from Tropical Storm Bill to enter the area at a greater rate.
Though it will likely be more humid Thursday, most of the rain will miss us to the north.
However, better rain chances return Friday.
Extended: Scattered Showers and Storms through the Weekend
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