Another very warm, muggy day ahead of us with plenty of sunshine and a few isolated storms this afternoon. Heat indices could touch 100° over the next few days in our warmest spots.
Areas that do see storms could experience some heavy downpours causing slight flash flooding concerns. Overall, the severe weather threat is low.
Friday may feature a slightly higher rain chance as a cold front moves through our area. As of now it looks like we'll have much less of a chance for rain by Saturday and Sunday, but an isolated storm cannot be ruled out, especially late Sunday.
Not *quite* as hot as we get into next week!
TODAY: Hot with isolated afternoon thunderstorms. High: 93°. Wind: Light SE.
TONIGHT: Staying warm. Partly cloudy. Low: 74. Wind: NW 5-10 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Hot with isolated afternoon storms. High: 94°. Wind: Light S.
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