As temperatures warm, the dew point, a marker of humidity, is expected to rise, and the chances for rain increase slightly each day, he said. Scattered evening and overnight storms. Indoors will be the best place to be, especially if there's any severe weather. None of these storms met severe criteria, but they brought torrential downpours, some small hail, and strong wind gusts!
It will be warmer, more humid, with an increased threat for scattered thunderstorms throughout the area on Sunday, Aug. 18. The rain totals below were collected at 7 a.m. Sunday. That trend continues for the next couple of days at least, with heat settling in and heat indexes reaching the century mark or higher during the afternoon hours. We'll be sitting around 5-10 degrees above average for this time of year through the middle part of the next work week!
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Monday it hot and humid. Highs will drop near 90 on Wednesday behind the front and into the upper 80s Thursday and Friday.
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