More storms today; dry tomorrow
Good Tuesday. We can expect another day of scattered storms producing heavy rain and lots of lightning. Rainfall amounts of more than an inch, and lots of lightning are possible with some of the stronger storms. We can expect a humid high of 90 degrees.
Wednesday and Thursday should be pretty nice. It will still be warm with highs in the low 90s, but the humidity will be noticeably lower making it feel much better especially during the morning and evening hours.
Friday the humidity will begin to creep back in, and there is a very slight chance for an afternoon storm, but I am only putting that chance at 10%. We will make it to 90 Friday afternoon.
Saturday an area of low pressure will move through producing widespread showers and some storms through the day. Saturday the high will get to 87.
Sunday the low pressure will move to the northeast, and we will begin to dry out. On the back side of the exiting low we may see one or two showers, but for the most part we should be dry with a high of 87.
Next week will start off dry and seasonably warm with highs near 90 and mostly sunny skies. at least Monday and Tuesday.
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- 8am... Partly Cloudy, 75
- Noon... Scattered Storms, 86
- 5pm... Scattered Storms, 90