The countdown is on to the 4th of July - heat and humidity returns midweek along with potential tropical development.
- Partly Cloudy and Warm
- Lows: near 70°
- Wind: South 5-10 mph
- Partly Cloudy, Hot and Humid, Isolated Thunderstorms (30%)
- Highs: 90°-95°
- Wind: Southwest 5-10 mph
- Hot and Humid, PM Thunderstorms (40%)
- Highs: near 95°
- Heat Index: near 100°
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Summer is here and so is the heat and humidity. Above average July temperatures are here for the week – all while keeping a watchful eye on the tropics for a potential disturbance over the next few days. Overnight lows will settle around the 70-degree mark under partly cloudy skies. The heat and added humidity cranks up Tuesday and Wednesday with afternoon temps in the low 90s tomorrow and middle 90s on Wednesday. The heat index will make it feel even more uncomfortable. Isolated storms will be possible each afternoon. A frontal boundary will move closer to the region on Thursday bringing a better chance for storms.
Questions remain for the 4th of July as the frontal boundary stalls overhead and a potential tropical system skirts just to the east. Preliminary forecast for the holiday: partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies with the chance for a few showers and storms. Check out a blog written by @AlexLiggitt for more about the potential storm by clicking here.
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