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Another day with 90s and pop-up storms!

Heat index values could touch 100-104° at our warmest point this afternoon.

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.

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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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