Humidity, Strong T'Storms Tuesday
Tuesday, a cold front will approach from the west and then stalls and diminishes over us, scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop for the midday and afternoon hours. With more humidity and warmer highs of 85 to 90, some of the storms could become strong, or even severe, with damaging winds possible. Tuesday night, we’ll stay with an evening thunderstorm, otherwise it’ll be muggy with a low in the muggy 60s. Wednesday, we'll reduce chances of rain, so with a spot shower or thunderstorm, it'll be a hotter one with highs reaching to near 90. Another cold front will move in from the northwest on Thursday with highs in the 80s and spotty showers or thunderstorms possible. Friday, the front may sink just to our south, making for a gray and cooler day in the 70s with a shower possible. For July 4th on Saturday, we'll warm back to 80 to 85, with a stray shower or thunderstorm and mostly cloudy skies, but from this vantage point, it isn't looking like a rain-out... but the forecast can still change. By Sunday and Monday, it'll be back into a full-on summery pattern, as highs again near 90, with a couple afternoon storms in the heat of the day.