Heat and humidity stick around as high pressure dominates the forecast. We’re tracking partly cloudy skies and temperatures ranging from the upper 70s to the mid-80s. The MaxTrack Live Doppler Radar is quiet, save for a few isolated light showers. We may see a few more develop through the evening, as heating continues. A few of which, may even reach thunderstorm status.
Due to an incoming cold front, the best chance for rain that we have for the rest of the week comes Thursday. Clouds will begin to increase through the morning. In the afternoon, developing cells of showers and storms will be seen. Then, a line of stronger thunderstorms will slide southeast as we move into the early evening hours. Heavy rain, and strong wind are possible as this line slices through the state. Despite this front being labeled as “cold” there’s no cold air coming with it. Immediately after it passes, winds will begin shifting as a warm front lifts northward, and we will warm up, yet again. The only true sign of the cold front will be slightly less humidity and temperatures cooler by a couple of degrees Friday. Getting into the weekend, high pressure will again control the forecast and we will get back to the sunshine, heat, and humidity over the weekend.