Heat, humidity and storm chances all rise in the coming days
High pressure centered to the northwest of us is providing abundant sunshine and a dip in humidity for our Tuesday. While it's still hot outside, it feels a little better than it could, thanks to less moisture in the air. We're dry into tonight with partly cloudy skies overhead and lows will fall into the 60s.
The high will shift to the northeast and a warm front will approach on Wednesday. We expect a few more clouds and perhaps an isolated shower or storm. Dew points may be a touch higher and temperatures will peak in the low to mid 90s.
Following the passage of the front, we'll enter a more active weather pattern as storm chances range from 30 to 50 percent Thursday, Friday and this weekend. Don't expect much relief from the heat and humidity, either.