Very warm and humid with more clouds than sun Wednesday

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Expect more sun to break out along the northern half of the region and more clouds south on Wednesday.

 

 

 

 

Futurecast

An isolated shower is possible near the border through the day.

STILL HOT: A stalled cold front is sitting just south of the region. It keeps the humidity down a bit, and keeps plenty of clouds around. Wednesday is a mainly dry day, with more clouds south than to the north. An isolated shower or two is likely, with the best chance closest to the border. Temperatures along the northern half of the region make it near of just above 90 degrees, and temperatures Specialalong the border likely get stuck in the upper 80s. Thursday temperatures are about the same, with readings hovering in the upper 80s to lower 90s. Expect scattered sun and clouds. A few thunderstorms could sneak into the forecast later during the day.

 

 

Humidity

Thunderstorm chances increase through the weekend, and it still feels humid.

OUT OF THE 90S: Shower and thunderstorm chances are back for the weekend, and it brings temperatures out of the 90s. Friday brings the chance for thunderstorms, and most spots should stay in the 80s. Saturday and Sunday temperatures remain in the 80s. A few showers and thunderstorms are still possible Saturday and Sunday as well.

 

 

NEXT WEEK: For now, skies are looking drier and sunnier starting early next. We’ll monitor the potential for some showers or a thunderstorm to sneak into the forecast. Temperatures are in the middle 80s, and it’s still expected to be a bit on the humid side.

 

 

Have a great Wednesday!

 

 

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