Warm, muggy, but dry over the next two days!


Staying warm this week, but less humid

TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy, Slightly Less Humid. Lo 65.

TUESDAY: Partly Cloudy, Muggy. Hi 86.

WEDNESDAY: Mainly Sunny, Hot, Humid. Hi 89.

After a humid, unsettled weekend, we’re finally beginning to dry out thanks to a cold front. All of the mid-state will clear out this evening as the humidity falls off a bit as well. This will allow overnight temperatures to fall into the 60s, so perhaps a nice break for many ACs!

Tuesday and Wednesday look like stellar summer days as temperatures warm back up closer to 90. Humidity will certainly be noticeable but 70-degree tropical dew points look to hold off. Both days will feature lots of sunshine and perfect pool opportunity.

Some changes come by Thursday as a strong disturbance crosses the Great Lakes. Ahead of the system, plenty of heat and humidity will be in place for afternoon thunderstorms. As better dynamics arrive late in the day, we can’t rule out some strong to severe storms, but this is something we’ll keep an eye on as we get closer.

Behind Thursday’s system, most of if not the entire weekend looks dry! Temperatures will surge back to near 90 as humidity levels increase to oppressive levels again. Rain chances at this point look low into early next week as lack a true trigger.

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo

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