Tracking 90s, thunderstorms, and a break from the humidity

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HUMID WEATHER: Talk about humidity!  After rough humidity levels today, we get a bit less humid tomorrow.  With that said, it will still feel humid on Friday, but anything will be better than today.  We drop even more humidity on Saturday, but you'll still notice a touch of humidity in the air.

We'll have small humidity improvements Friday and Saturday.

We'll have small humidity improvements Friday and Saturday.

HOT WEATHER: Highs soar to 92 today and tomorrow.  Then, we drop to a more seasonal 86 on Saturday.  On Sunday, the highs go on the rise, again.  Look for a high of 88 on Sunday and 90 on Monday.  The 80s return for Tuesday and Wednesday.

The hot and humid weather continues for most of the week.

The hot and humid weather continues for most of the week.

TRACKING THUNDERSTORMS: In the afternoon and evening today and tomorrow, we'll see a few thunderstorms.  While most of us stay dry, the thunderstorms that do pop up will have very heavy rain, lots of lightning, and wind gusts.   If you get underneath one of these thunderstorms while driving, you'll get blinding rain.  All of us stay dry all Saturday.  On Sunday, we'll see a few afternoon and evening thunderstorms again.  Monday evening after rush hour, some thunderstorms will arrive.  We'll have scattered showers and thunderstorms Monday night, and they'll wrap up Tuesday morning.

Only a few drivers will need the wipers over the next few days. Most of stay dry.

Only a few drivers will need the wipers over the next few days. Most of stay dry.

SUNNY WEATHER: You'll see partly sunny skies today and tomorrow, mostly sunny skies Saturday and Sunday, and partly sunny skies on Monday.  On Tuesday, we start out cloudy, but then sun returns in the evening.  Then, the sun returns in full force on Wednesday.

-Meteorologist Drew Anderson

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