Most will remain dry through this evening. Overnight, a cluster of thunderstorms will ride in from the west moving through. Although they will be weakening, a few storms could produce some gusty winds.
The storms should be out by the morning of Independence Day. The rest of the fourth will be hot and humid with highs in the mid 90s and a small chance for rain. Don't cancel your outdoor plans, but have a backup plan ready in case you're one of the unlucky areas.
The heat and humidity continues to build in Tuesday with highs into the upper 90s, with heat indices reaching into the lower 100s. Highs will remain in the 90s for Wednesday into Thursday.
Each afternoon will bring with it a slight chance for showers and storms during the afternoon, timing on these storm chances is difficult to pinpoint at this time, just something to keep in mind.
Temperatures drop some with the frontal passage into the weekend.
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