There will be a mix of sunshine and clouds Saturday as we keep heating up. Highs will be in the upper 80s. Late Saturday afternoon, spotty showers and storms will start to fire off. These will continue into the early night. There's a low threat for severe weather, but a couple of the storms could be strong to severe. At the same time, many cities avoid the storms and stay dry.
A few more scattered storms are expected Sunday morning, again with a fairly low severe weather threat. Then the heat continues to build Sunday afternoon as we push into the low 90s with partly cloudy skies. The humidity also gets worse.
Stronger winds kick in from the south Monday, pumping in the real high heat. We could get to 100 degrees for the first time this year!
We will be well into the upper 90s Tuesday with partly cloudy skies, plenty of humidity, and strong winds still blowing in from the south.
A cold front arrives late Tuesday, which will kick off at least a few scattered showers and storms. This will drop the heat and humidity for the middle of next week with highs in the mid 80s.
Spotty P.M. Storms
Spotty A.M. Storms
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