Heat and humidity returns

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The 90’s return on Monday, and there’s a chance for late day thunderstorms.




After a beautiful, warm Sunday, fair weather high pressure begins to lose its grip on the region. Clouds are rolling in from the west, and they blanket our area just in time for the overnight period. It’s a milder night too across the area, with low falling into the 60s. The breezes relax a bit, but the humidity starts to build back around daybreak.





Dew points increase early Monday morning, meaning the muggy feel returns.

The humidity returns and temperatures warm up once again Monday. It’s mainly dry, but there’s a chance late day thunderstorms, especially to the north and northwest. Isolated thunderstorm chances continue for Tuesday and Wednesday. Highs are in the lower 90s on Monday and in the upper 80s to 90 on Tuesday. Temperatures Wednesday are in the middle 80s.




Thursday high pressure builds in once again after a cold front clears far enough south. It’s still warm and seasonable, but we catch a break from the humidity. Highs are in the middle 80s. The end of the week leading and leading into next weekend looks fairly dry, but still warm. There’s plenty of sunshine Friday, with highs in the lower to middle 80s. Saturday brings more sunshine, but thunderstorm chances return Sunday.




Have a great week!

-Andrea Michaels