ABC7 StormWatch with Doug Hill and Jacqui Jeras
90° Scattered Clouds Feels like: 96°
- High: 92° - Low 72°
- Wind: From SSE at 12mph
- Humidity: 54% | UV Index: Very High
- Dew Point: 71° | Pressure: 29.93 in
Updated 1:11 pm July 23, 2014
Increasing clouds this afternoon with increasing chances of storms
ABC7 Belfort Furniture Weather CenterUpdated 1:30 pm
- This Afternoon:
- Hot and Humid! Scattered Storms
- Temperatures: Lower to Mid 90s
- Heat Index: 95+
- Showers and Thunderstorms
- Lows: 70s
- Precipitation: 70%
- Lowering Humidity, AM: Storms
- Highs: Lower to Mid 80s
- Wind: NNW 5-10 mph
A very warm day across the region with high temperatures topping out in the lower to mid 90s. With the combined humidity, it will feel more like 95+ through the afternoon hours. Showers and storms will move in after 4pm and the chance will continue through at least the first part of tomorrow as a cold front approaches the region. There could be a few storms the turn strong to severe as well with damaging winds and possibly some hail being threats.
By tomorrow afternoon, humidity will start to drop off as well as temperatures. Sunshine reigns on Friday with lower humidity and temperatures in the mid to upper 80s. Saturday looks great too with increasing humidity through the end of the day and a slight chance of showers and storms in the evening before better chances come into play through the day on Sunday.
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