Sunny Friday for Start of CWS, More Storms & Heat This Weekend

Heat indices could reach 100 Sunday
Posted at 4:52 PM, Jun 13, 2024

It will be a breezy evening as cooler, less humid air moves in from the north. Skies will be clear with lows in the lower 60s by morning.

Friday will be a lot less muggy and a little cooler on temperature. Highs will be in the upper 80s. The day starts with a lot of sunshine, followed by some clouds in the afternoon. We stay dry for most of the day, but some spotty showers will try to move in mid evening. Most will stay dry until storms move in from the west for the overnight hours.

Some of the rain continues into Saturday morning, but the middle part of the day looks a lot drier. This will make way for a warm and muggy afternoon with highs in the upper 80s, and breezy winds.

Another round of rain and storms will arrive late Saturday afternoon into Saturday evening, which could be strong, capable of strong winds, large hail and frequent lightning. If you plan to attend any CWS games, please be weather-aware, given this strong storm chance. Rain will likely develop and continue Saturday night, clearing before Sunday morning.

Father's Day will be hot and muggy with highs in the mid 90s. It should be rain-free, too. It will be breezy, but it likely won't help it feel much better.

We stay in the mid 90s Monday with humidity and some hit and miss storms.

We'll continue to see at least some scattered rain and storms into the middle of next week. Tuesday will be in the low 90s, followed by upper 80s Wednesday.

Partly Cloudy
Storms Late
High: 88

Mostly Cloudy
Spotty Storms
Low: 65

Mostly Cloudy
Rain and Storms
High: 88

Mostly Sunny
Hot and Breezy
Storms Late
High: 95

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