We’ll have one more day that, while warm, will not see oppressive humidity. It’s actually been over two weeks since we’ve last seen an above average high temperature. While we were only a degree short of average last Saturday, the majority of the past two weeks have been between 5 and 10 degrees below average.
We got close again today, and tomorrow looks to have highs slightly warmer.
A warm front moves in Thursday, bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms as well as very humid air. A few storms could be strong to severe with primary threats of large hail and damaging straight line wind gusts.
Temperatures won’t increase much on Thursday because of the clouds and rain chances, but Friday through Sunday will all be mostly sunny and very humid with highs climbing near or into the 90s. Each day also has a small chance for pop up thunderstorms in that hot, humid air.
Monday will be close to 90 again, but there is uncertainty in how far south a cold front will move, meaning we’ll either stay on the warm side and climb into the low 90s again, be near the front and be just below 90 with scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Those scattered storms continue Tuesday, and while there will still be some humidity, it won’t be quite as high as the 70 or higher dew points that will be present this weekend. Factoring in that humidity, it will feel like the mid to upper 90s with the Heat Index Friday through Monday.