Tue 95°, Wed 94° Oppressive Humidity, Small Rain Chances
Today dewpoints in the low 70°s will hang around Tuesday and Wednesday.
It’ll remain awful out there. The heat index (“feels like”) temp will range between 100° and 105° Tuesday and Wednesday.
Planning on something outside?
Each day, there’s a low chance for “heat of the day” thunderstorms. Just like today, high pressure was stamping down on the rising, humid air.
Thursday: A Cold Front!
Models agree: late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning, a weak cold front stretching all the way from eastern Canada will show up, setting off rain and maybe a few not-worried-about-it thunderstorms.
Not quite. High temps through Friday through the weekend will knock our temps only down to around 90°, but the oppressive humidity will be gone. This should set up a typical summer weekend for the first of August.
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