Let’s just hit repeat for today’s forecast!
Highs will hit the upper 80s with lots of humidity so it will feel closer to the mid nineties.
Plenty of dry time will be found outside today, but as we head into the afternoon a few isolated t-storms could pop. At this point we are not looking for widespread severe storms, but we’ll keep our eyes on it.
Overnight, a few scattered showers and t-storms may stick around as temps drop into the low 70s. It will still be muggy, so I don’t think it will “feel” very good outside.
Monday, we hit the mid 80s, and as a front moves through the state a chance for severe weather pops back up. Nearly the entire viewing area is under a slight risk for severe storms, I’ll keep you posted.
The rain sticks around through Wednesday morning… then we finally start to clear out and dry out. Temps will still hit the mid 80s, but it shouldn’t feel as sticky.
Looking at the long range forecast, more storms could return next weekend.