Muggy today, high of 93° paired with dewpoints in the low 70’s will send heat index close to the triple digits.
HRRR model thinks only a couple winning Wattery tickets will be sold today. Your guess is as good as mine as to where those winning tickets may be. No severe weather expected, but a storm or two could have some heavy rain and strong winds.
HRRR model thinks a cluster of storms coming down I-24 paired with Wattery chances will lead to decent rain chances for Thursday. No severe weather is expected, but if storms train over the same place there could be some flash flooding in vulnerable spots.
Friday thru Sunday look like repeats of each other. Highs in the upper 80’s/low 90’s paired with high humidity. Wattery chances in the afternoon/evening. No severe weather expected but could potentially rain out your outdoor plans.
The boring, repetitive cycle looks to continue into early next week. August weather is gonna do its thing.
Weather changes constantly.
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