Skies will be mostly clear overnight, allowing for a very comfortable start to our Thursday. Lows will be near 60.
The humidity stays lower Thursday, but the heat returns. Mostly sunny skies get us back to the low 90s. Around the evening commute, a couple isolated showers and storms could start to develop, which continue into the night. The College World Series Opening Ceremony will likely be dry, but there will be a few spotty showers to dodge. Storms become more likely overnight, but won't be for everyone. A couple could be strong to severe.
We're mostly sunny again Friday with highs near 90. The humidity will also be higher to end the workweek and the first games of the CWS.
Winds will be stronger over the weekend, pumping in higher heat and humidity. Saturday will be in the low 90s, followed by upper 90s on Father's Day. Both afternoons will be mostly sunny.
We could make another push for 100 degrees Monday, but "cool off" into the mid 90s Tuesday.
Spotty Storms Late
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