Expect another day with hot and humid conditions and a few scattered showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will climb from the upper 60s this morning into the mid-80s this afternoon. Storms are possible at any point of the day, but the more widespread risk will be after 2 pm.
Future clouds and radar shows the front will arrive this afternoon, and that will kick off showers and storms. Severe thunderstorms are not expected, but the strongest storms could have 40 mph wind gusts and pea sized hail. This front will settle in across the Tri-State and weaken heading into Monday, but will still kick off a few showers and storms Monday.
As we head into the rest of the work week, hot temperatures and high humidity will be the story. Temperatures heading into the first few days of September will feel like late July as highs climb into the upper 80s to low 90s, with heat indices in the low to mid-90s!
Sun & clouds mixed
40% chance of storms
Partly to mostly cloudy
A few storms
Isolated storms early
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