Most areas will stay dry and muggy tonight with lows in the 70s. 

Very hot and humid again tomorrow, but there will be a chance of late day/evening showers and storms. We could use the rain, but we’ll have to watch out for isolated strong wind gusts. 

The hot and humid pattern will continue through Wednesday. A slow-moving front is expected to showers and storms and eventually less hot air late Wednesday into Thursday. 

This weekend will be nice and comfortably warm with lower humidity and lots of sunshine

TONIGHT: Muggy and mostly dry. Low: 75. Wind: Light S.

TUESDAY: Hot and humid, scattered P.M. storms. High: 95°. Heat index: 100°.  Wind: S 5-15 mph

WEDNESDAY: Hot and humid. Few storms possible, especially late. High: 93°. Wind: SW 5-15 mph.

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