Skies continue clearing overnight and the quicker they clear out, the cooler we will get. However, if we drop fast enough into the upper 60s we could see some areas of patchy fog develop. Winds will be light enough to lead to some dense fog in some spots, so plan accordingly.
Tuesday will be the start to a hot and humid stretch around these joints. Temperatures will be back into the upper 80s and low 90s for most areas and humidity will be up the charts as well. That leads to heat indices sitting in the mid to high 90s much of the afternoon Tuesday. There will be plenty of sunshine as well.
Wednesday will be the hottest day of the week as high temperatures will make the low to mid 90s. It’s the humidity which will make things disgusting. Dew points will be into the mid-70s during the day, which will make feels-like temps climb between 100° and 105°. There will be cold front that sweeps through, which will have the potential to spark up a few isolated storms during the afternoon.
The Storm Prediction Center has part of the Tri-State in a Slight Risk for severe weather Wednesday in case storms do fire up.
From there we see a slight break in the heat and humidity Thursday with the upper 80s before 90s return for Friday and into the weekend.
Heat & humidity returning
Warm & muggy
WEDNESDAYFeels like 100°+
Slight chance at storms late
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