Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 9:06 p.m. June 30, 2015
Storms were hard to come by earlier in the day despite the heat and humidity; the atmosphere just didn’t have enough “lift” to get thunderstorms going. However, overnight a cold front will pass through and work with the humidity to bring scattered showers and storms. Since it’s not as warm and unstable, severe weather is no longer anticipated on any large scale, but some of the thunderstorms could have some heavy downpours and gusty winds. Weak high pressure will build in Wednesday and prevent storms from forming, but it still looks like a hot and humid day. A warm front will return on Thursday with chances for more showers and thunderstorms, and then the front will stall, keeping the threat of storms all the way through the holiday weekend. However, we are talking about scattered activity and it won’t be raining everywhere and not all the time.
OVERNIGHT: Scattered showers or thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, mild and muggy.
Lows: mid 60s to low 70s.
WEDNESDAY: Any lingering showers ending before the morning rush. Then partly sunny, hot, and sticky.
Highs: upper 80s to near 90.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy. Warm and humid. Showers and thunderstorms.
Highs: mid to upper 80s.
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy. Not as hot but still humid. Chance of scattered showers or a thunderstorm.
Highs: mid 80s.
Thunderstorms Likely – Some Severe
Thunder Possible Until 3 a.m.
Mostly Cloudy, Mild
Wind: Northwest 5-15 mph
LOWS: 65°- 73°
Hot And A Bit Humid
Wind: West 4-8 mph
HIGHS: 87°- 91°
Mostly To Partly Cloudy
Showers And Thunderstorms
Rain Chance: 60%
Wind: Southeast 5-10 mph
HIGHS: 82° – 88°
Mostly Cloudy, A Little Cooler
Rain Chance: 50%
Wind: Southwest 12-22 mph
HIGHS: 82° – 87°
Average High/Low 87/70
Records High/Low 100/54
Sunrise/Sunset 5:46 AM 8:37 PM
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