TONIGHT: Mostly Clear, Cooler, Turning Less Humid. Lo 65. Winds: Light.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly Sunny, Not As Humid. Hi 90. Winds: Light.

THURSDAY: Hot & Humid, Stray PM Storms. Hi 96. Winds: Winds: SW 5-10 mph.

A weak front moved through the area today, not doing much with temps, but at least lowering the humidity a bit. Tonight will actually be quite comfortable with overnight lows dipping into the low to mid 60s under clear skies.

The heat continues Wednesday with increasing mugginess by the afternoon. Highs will be around 90 again but we’ll stay dry under mostly sunny skies. The heat and humidity really ramps up Thursday with highs in the mid-90s and peak indices likely pushing 100 degrees. As a cold front approaches the region from the northwest, a few storms are expected by evening although coverage looks spotty at this point.

We enter an unsettled stretch of weather late this week. A stalling front will bring us a daily chance for showers and storms from Thursday through early next week. At this point, Friday and Saturday look to offer the best chance for storms this weekend, and then again next Tuesday as a front finally crosses. While rain is not a guarantee for any given day, high moisture content and very weak steering means slow-moving heavy downpours are possible each afternoon…something to keep an eye on.

Highs will stay around 90 degrees until we cool a bit for the middle of next week.

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo