Scattered showers and storms move through the area this afternoon and evening. A few of these could be rather strong, with heavy rain and potentially damaging wind gusts being the main concerns. Tornadoes are not anticipated, nor is large hail. Most rain and storms taper off overnight, leaving things quiet and muggy.
Expect overnight lows to only be in the low to mid 70s. This will make for a very sticky start to our Thursday. Before more showers and storms fire up Thursday afternoon and evening, temperatures will top out in the mid to upper 80s. Again on Thursday, anything that develops could be rather strong.
Winds out of the southeast will keep temperatures from skyrocketing Friday. Highs will only be in the upper 70s to low 80s. With a front lingering close to the region, more showers and storms are anticipated during the day. Some light rain and drizzle lingers at night.
Saturday brings up some hit-or-miss showers and storms during the heat of the day. Temperatures will be warmer – mainly in the 80s. We’re mainly rain-free Sunday, though with temperatures inching towards the 90 degree mark again.
We’ll stay humid Monday, with a front sagging south of the region. This will bring some hit-or-miss showers before lower humidity settles in by Tuesday. Highs will still be in the 80s both days.
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