The dog days of summer are just a little late this year. We've had the humidity the past couple of days, but now we've added in those warmer temperatures.
This evening we'll have dry conditions and mostly clear skies. It will be quite warm and very humid for the first night of Friday Night Football. It'll be pretty uncomfortable for all involved, but we won't have to worry about any games being rained out.
Later tonight fog will develop once again. The low clouds an fog will persist throughout Saturday morning. There will be some breaks in the clouds for the afternoon, but overall expect more clouds than sun throughout the day. That will hold temperatures back a few degrees from today. It will still be quite sticky with high humidity. There is a slight chance for a few pop-up thunderstorms, but most of us will stay dry.
This is a good weekend to be on the lake or in the pool! Even hotter weather is on the way for Sunday. It actually has to be the potential to be the hottest day yet this summer. We'll have a good shot of seeing highs in the 90s. Some early morning fog will give way to mostly sunny skies later in the morning and into the afternoon. The combination of heat and humidity will lead to feels like temperatures topping out around 100 degrees. There is the possibility for a few storms, but the better chance for rain and thunder will be Sunday Night.
The stormy weather will continue into Monday morning. This will be the start of a cooling trend next week. Monday does not look as hot and humid. Another storm system will bring widespread rain to the area Tuesday into Wednesday. Some of the rain could be heavy with rain totals over 1" or more. The rain and clouds will make for cooler temperatures as well. Sunshine returns for the end of the week with comfortable humidity and temperatures.
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