Forecast: Warm, Humid, Sct’d Storms

TONIGHT: Isolated showers fade away during the evening but low clouds will tend to fill back in during the night. Temperatures fall back into the upper 60s.

FRIDAY: We’ll have a quiet and cloudy start but a few peaks of the sun should allow for another warm & muggy afternoon in the mid 80s.  As you would expect, there is a 40% to 50% chance of pop up showers and storms.  Anything that develops should dissipate during the early evening.

SATURDAY:  Plan on another day in the mid 80s along with high humidity.  Scattered showers and storms are likely once again.

SUNDAY & MONDAY:  A cold front will drift into our region and promptly fall apart so don’t expect the muggy air to go anywhere.  There will be a slight enhancement to our rain and storm chances along with a little decrease in temperature during the afternoon hours.

TUESDAY – THURSDAY: The same song and dance can be expected. We’re looking at highs in the mid 80s, low in the upper 60s, and daily chance of pop up showers and storms.

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