Turning warmer and muggier on Wednesday

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Temperatures slowly rise through the end of the week.



Dew Points

Dew points rise through Wednesday afternoon. This means conditions turn muggier through the day.

HEAT/HUMIDITY RETURNS: The humidity slowly begins to creep back up on Wednesday. It’s still dry, and it’s a little warmer. Afternoon high temperatures are in the middle Event80s. Thursday brings a small chance for a few thunderstorms. It’s very warm and muggy, with afternoon temperatures in the middle to upper 80s. Many locations make it into the lower 90s by Friday. It remains warm, muggy, and sunny.





Upper Level

Temperatures stay toasty through the weekend.

TOASTY WEEKEND: Temperatures continue to hang a bit above seasonable averages through the weekend. Expect readings in the middle to upper 80s on Saturday, and the humidity is still in place. It’s dry, with some intervals of clouds from time to time. Sunday is a bit hotter. Expect temperatures near 90 degrees with hazy sunshine.




NEXT WEEK: The warm pattern remains in place through early next week, but conditions turn more unsettled. Our next slow moving system brings a return to shower and thunderstorm chances during the afternoon on both Monday and Tuesday. Expect temperatures to remain above seasonal averages, in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees. The humidity, of course, remains high as well.




Have a great Wednesday!






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