Here we go again!
A quiet forecast overnight leads to a HEAT ADVISORY for Wednesday. Specifically, temperatures will stay warm with mostly clear skies and only fall to near 70 by daybreak that's before highs reach into the low to mid 90s.
In fact, Wednesday looks to be our hottest day of the week as temperatures stay in the 90s through Thursday. However, it will feel so much warmer Wednesday with oppressive humidity combining for heat indices topping 100 degrees. Some communities will be closer to 105°
The end of the week will be much more active across the Tri-State. Every day from Thursday through Monday of next week will have a chance of showers or storms. The best chances look to be Thursday and Friday as a cold front stalls over us. The front starts to push in on Thursday, but it will become stationary and triggers more widespread storms on Friday. Afternoon highs will range from 85-90 degrees.
The weekend looks slightly unsettled with a few scattered showers or storms possible, but it won’t be a full washout. Temperatures will be back in the upper 80s and low 90s.
Warm & muggy
Very hot and humid
Feels like 100°+
Isolated storms late possible
Warm & muggy
Scattered showers & storms by the afternoon
Staying warm & muggy
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