Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 7 p.m. July 7, 2015

We experienced a fairly typical July afternoon; highs were in the 80s to lower 90s, with uncomfortable levels of humidity. High pressure kept thunderstorms from developing, and this quiet weather pattern will continue tonight.

A weak cold front will approach the region tomorrow, and this will be the triggering mechanism for thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon and evening. Then the front will stall, keeping our weather unsettled on Thursday. High pressure will push the front off to the south on Friday, giving us a dry weather pattern that will persist into Saturday.

Tuesday night:

Clear to partly cloudy, warm and muggy.

Lows: 70 to 76

Wednesday:

Increasing cloudiness.

A chance of showers in the morning, then showers and thunderstorms likely in the afternoon.

Highs: In the mid to upper 80s

Chance of rain 70 percent

 

Thursday:

Partly to mostly cloudy with occasional showers.

Highs: 85 to 90

Chance of rain is 40 percent

 

FRIDAY:

Partly to mostly sunny and hot.

Highs: 86 to 91

 

High this afternoon was 91. Low this morning was 75

Normal High/Low 89/71. Records today 105/56

SUNSET TONIGHT 8:36 PM       SUNRISE WEDNESDAY 5:50 AM       SUNSET WEDNESDAY 8:36 PM

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