NOT AS HOT/HUMID: Skies dry out by Wednesday as the front slowly drifts south of the area. An isolated thunderstorm cannot entirely be ruled out, but most stay dry. There’s a slight dip in the humidity levels, and temperatures are back in the 80s. An isolated thunderstorm could sneak in Thursday, otherwise it’s mainly dry. Temperatures are in the lower to middle 80s. Friday numbers heat up again. Temperatures are in the middle to upper 80s under partly cloudy skies.
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: The next cold front crosses through during the weekend, bringing back the chance for more pop up showers and thunderstorms. Saturday brings only a few afternoon thunderstorms ahead of the cold front. It’s warm and humid, with temperatures in the middle to upper 80s. It’s a similar scenario Sunday, as the sluggish pattern continues. Some isolated thunderstorms are possible Sunday, with temperatures in the middle 80s.
RELIEF NEXT WEEK: The front finally begins to cross through the region on Monday, and this brings the chance for more widespread showers and thunderstorms. Once the cold front clears the region, expect high pressure behind it to bring in cooler and less humid air. Temperatures on Tuesday are in the lower to middle 80s with plenty of sunshine.
Have a great Wednesday!