Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 12:20 p.m.. Aug. 30, 2015

High pressure will continue to dominate our weather in the days ahead. As even warmer air with more humidity tries to force its way into our area, more cloudiness will develop and stay with us for the rest of the day. A “cap” — so to speak — exists in the mid-levels, so that will keep us rain-free at least through Sunday and Sunday night. The hotter temperatures and higher humidity will gradually take over during the beginning of the new workweek. It looks like another heat wave could be on the way with few chances for showers or thunderstorms, except on a very isolated basis.

 

SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy, warm and sticky.

Highs: mid to upper 80s.

 

SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy, warm and muggy.

Lows: upper 60s to low 70s.

 

MONDAY: Mostly cloudy. Very warm and sticky. An isolated shower or thunderstorm possible.

Highs: mid to upper 80s.

 

TUESDAY: Partly sunny, hazy, hot and humid.

Highs: low 90s.

 

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY: Partly sunny, hazy, hot and humid. An isolated shower or thunderstorm possible.

Highs: low to mid-90s.

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