Hot and Humid Weather Returns with Rain Forecasted Tomorrow

As the week begins, temperatures are heating up but the humidity levels are not as intense as before. The highs are expected to reach the low 90s throughout the area, making it a hot day. However, the real feel values will be on the lower side due to slightly cooler and drier air moving in. Rain is staying to the west for now, but a few showers may cross into the river and southwestern counties late in the afternoon. Tomorrow, the forecast calls for slightly cooler temperatures in the mid to upper 80s with a better chance for rain and storms in the afternoon and evening. The severe threat is limited for this week, with on and off rain and storms expected.

Midweek Forecast: Cooler Temperatures and Increased Rain Chances

Overnight temperatures will drop back to the 60s, with skies becoming partly to mainly cloudy tomorrow. Highs are projected to be in the mid to upper 80s, with a higher chance for rain and storms. The stalled boundary to the south and a ridge to the west will limit the severe threat, but spotty rain and storms are expected on Thursday. A drier outlook is possible for Friday, but rain and storms could return over the weekend. While not everyone will experience rain each day, it is important to stay informed in case of afternoon storms.

Weekend Outlook: Monitoring Rain and Storms with Increasing Humidity

Temperatures will remain in the upper 80s throughout the weekend, but it may feel closer to the low 90s due to increased humidity levels. While the weekend won’t be a complete washout, there is a chance for rain and storms to impact outdoor plans. It is recommended to keep an eye on the forecast for any changes and updates regarding weather conditions.