Tonight rain moves out and lows fall into the upper 60s and low 70s. Patchy fog will develop overnight and could impact the morning commute for some.
Tuesday afternoon into Tuesday evening we have the potential for strong to severe storms. If storms can get going, the biggest concern will be damaging winds, but hail, heavy rain, and an isolated tornado will also be possible. Ahead of storms, it will be hot and humid with highs in the upper 80s to low 90s, and heat index values around 100°.
Hot and humid conditions continue Wednesday into Thursday with heat index values near 100°. We will keep the chance for scattered storms in the forecast as well.
A front arrives late Thursday, ushering in cooler and drier air in time for Friday.
TONIGHT: Patchy Fog, muggy
Wind: S to NW 10 mph
TUESDAY: Partly Cloudy, Hot, and Humid. Chance Strong T-Storms
High: 88, Heat Index Near 100
WEDNESDAY: Partly Cloudy, Hot, and Humid. Isolated T-Storms, breezy
High: 91, Heat Index Near 100
THURSDAY: Partly Cloudy, Hot, and Humid. Slight Ch. T-Storms
High: 91, Heat Index 95 to 100
FRIDAY: Mostly Sunny
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny