More humid days and more days in the 90s this week

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It's humid all week.

HUMID WEATHER: We follow up the humid weekend with humid weather for the whole week ahead.

SUMMER HEAT: We get more highs in the mid and upper 80s over the next few days.  The 90s return on Thursday and Friday.  On Saturday, next weekend, widespread afternoon storms keep us just shy of the 90s.

90s close out the workweek.

90s close out the workweek.

MORE THUNDERSTORMS: Tonight and Monday, we’ll get some hit or miss thunderstorms.  If you do happen to get one of those thunderstorms, expect heavy rain and lots of lightning again.  When do you get a shower or thunderstorm on Monday, give it 30 to 45 minutes to pass.  Then, the dry weather will return and the sun will break out again.

Expect more thunderstorms Monday afternoon.

DRY MIDWEEK: We get sunny and dry weather Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

We'll have storms Monday and Friday afternoons.

We’ll have storms Monday and Friday afternoons.

THUNDERSTORMS RETURN: Friday afternoon, scattered showers and thunderstorms will pop up again.  Then, we get more widespread thunderstorms on Saturday.   We dry out again next Sunday.

JULY 90S: We had 15 days with highs in the 90s this month.  On average, we get about 9 days in the 90s each July.  July is traditionally our hottest month.  In fact we have an average high of 85 or 86 for most of the month.  So, 90s are not too far from average.  We are on track for the 5th hottest July on record.

We came in close to 4 degrees above average this month.

We came in close to 4 degrees above average this month.

-Meteorologist Drew Anderson

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