Thunderstorms Likely Tonight

Cooler, but still humid
Posted at 5:09 AM, Jul 06, 2022
and last updated 2022-07-07 01:09:15-04

After midnight, another round of showers and storms develops across the region. A lot of this rain will continue into the Thursday morning commute as we cool off into the low 70s. A lot of us will pick up between 1 and 2 inches of rain, with some spots seeing locally higher amounts. Localized flooding is a concern in some spots.

Thursday afternoon will be drier than the morning, but like Wednesday, there will be some spotty rain to dodge. Highs will be in the mid 80s with a lot of humidity and more clouds than sunshine.

Friday will be a lot drier with only a few isolated showers to dodge. Most of us stay dry as we warm into the mid 80s with a mix of sunshine and clouds.

We'll keep some small rain chances in for the weekend, but it looks like most of us stay dry. With drier weather, we're able to start warming back up. Highs will be in the mid 80s on Saturday, then closer to 90 on Sunday.

We'll be in the upper 80s to start the next workweek with a little more sunshine.

Mostly Cloudy
Wet Morning/PM Storms
High: 84

Mostly Cloudy
Drying Out
Low: 70

Partly Cloudy
Mostly Dry
High: 85

Partly Cloudy
Mostly Dry
High: 86

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