The wind lightens up a bit overnight, but it will be warmer, only cooling into the low 70s.
A mix of sunshine and clouds will put a cap on the heat Thursday. Highs will be in the mid 90s again with winds blowing in a little more humidity from the south around 35 mph at times.
A cold front arrives late Thursday from the north, and could kick off a few isolated storms Thursday night, mainly north of I-80. A lot of spots stay dry, but a couple of the storms could strengthen into severe levels, producing a couple pockets of large hail and strong winds.
The cold front will continue to push south overnight and into early Friday morning with a better chance for scattered rain and storms south of I-80 early Friday.
Friday afternoon will be drier and cooler behind the cold front, but we stay muggy. Highs will be in the mid 80s.
We start to warm back up over the weekend. Saturday will be in the mid 80s followed by upper 80s on Sunday. Both afternoons will be partly cloudy with an increasing chance for shower and storms late each day.
Independence Day is looking hot with highs in the low 90s and a small chance for rain.
We push back into the mid 90s Tuesday.
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