WHAT TO EXPECT
For those of you planning outside plans this evening, its' hot and humid, some showers have cooled down some areas into the upper 70's to near 80. Tonight's showers and storms will fade through the evening hours and give way to patches of fog by the time we wake up for Sunday morning.
Sunday will start with fog, a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures warm and muggy already, near 74. As you head out the door for church on Sunday look for some stray rain showers, but the majority of the rain will come into the afternoon.
Once again on Sunday we'll have very high heat index values as they approach 100. Afternoon showers and storms will help some areas to cool down, while others are stuck with the heat and humidity.
Even more rainfall will move through the area Monday into Tuesday. These scattered rain chances will be at about 80-60% coverage through the two days. We should pick up 1-2" of rain, some locally higher amounts are possible.
We'll wake up to the 50's and 60's on Wednesday. The exiting rain leaves us with much cooler air in place. Afternoon high temperatures will stay in the 80's right on into the weekend with lots of nice sunny and less humid days in place.
Right now the weekend comes with isolated to scattered rain chances, but not a total washout. Temperatures will stay in the mid 80's.
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