THIS EVENING – 88° by 7 PM
The Heat Advisory will remain in effect until 7 PM:
Warm & humid conditions will follow us into the evening hours, and we’ll stay dry…
…until later tonight when storms ahead of a cold front approach:
We may catch a storm, or maybe just hear the thunder from a distance.
Either way, the severe risk remains marginal until tomorrow morning:
Main concern with any storms will be strong winds:
THURSDAY – Cold Front Moves Through! – Wake Up: 75º, High: 90º
Storms should begin to fizzle as we head into the early morning hours:
Drier and somewhat cooler air will begin to filter in tomorrow morning as the front pushes off to our southeast.
It should be well out of our hair by noon:
We’ll see clearing throughout the day, as well as some drier air! That will really make the difference tomorrow afternoon, even though highs will still be in the 90°s.
FRIDAY – Hot Again – Wake Up: 66º, High: 89°
Slightly cooler and drier air will continue into Friday and the weekend!
The high pressure that will move in behind tomorrow’s front will squash rain chances at least through early next week.
Extended: Pretty Stellar Weekend Ahead
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