Tracking storms for Thursday, first heat wave develops early next week.

Forecast

Most active day this week appears to be Thursday with the chance for t-storms...

EVENING: Mostly Cloudy, Mild. Temps in the 70s.

TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy, Mild. Lo 60.

WEDNESDAY: Stray Morning Showers, Stray afternoon storms. Mostly Cloudy and muggy. Hi 80.

A steady stream of clouds continues to move across the state. Even with the clouds, our temperatures will be near to slightly warmer than average. Tonight remains cloudy with lows in the 60s.

A warm front arrives Wednesday to bring a stray shower in spots during the morning, and a stray storm in the afternoon. We do not expect much activity for Wednesday, but the conditions exist for a stray shower or storm. Thursday provided a better chance for thunderstorms. A more organized line of thunderstorms will develop in the afternoon, some of which could be strong, containing gusty winds.

Other than a stray storm Friday afternoon, the upcoming weekend feature building heat and humidity. Highs reach 90 degrees on Sunday and we expect more days in the 90s next week to bring our first heat wave of the year. In addition to the hot and humid conditions, a stretch of dry conditions is also expected.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder

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