Heat Advisory today from 12pm-7pm. Temperatures will reach the mid 90s with the heat index around 110 degrees.
More very hot & humid conditions are on the way tomorrow with highs in the middle 90s and heat index values near 110! Isolated storms will be possible, mainly in the afternoon. A cold front will head our way late Friday into Saturday then stall nearby, which is when scattered showers and storms are expected. This boundary should be dissipating Sunday into Monday, so only isolated storms will be possible. Looking towards the Great American Eclipse Monday, the forecast at this time calls for a mix of sun and clouds with the chance for an isolated thundershower. Another front looks to head our direction toward the middle and end of next week keeping rain chances in the forecast.
Tropics: Hurricane Gert continues to move northeast through the Atlantic...it is not a threat to land. There are also three tropical waves that we are watching for possible development. They (from west to east) have a 90%, 60% and 40% chance of development within the next five days.
Thursday, hot & humid with scattered afternoon storms, highs 90-95.
Thursday night, warm & muggy with a passing shower, lows 78-82.
Friday, partly cloudy with scattered storms, highs 89-94.
H: 4:51pm L: 11:23pm
Today's Record Temperatures