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Once the storms finally push out we will have a much more quiet evening. Lingering showers will be possible with temperatures in the 70s.
Friday will bring the heat! Temperatures will warm into the mid-90s with a few thunderstorms possible. We do not have a severe threat, but some of the storms could produce frequent lightning strikes.
Another severe weather threat Saturday:
Friday is another day of isolated thunderstorms. But Saturday we have another severe weather and flood threat. Starting Sunday high pressure dries us out and brings the heat!
Scorching heat returns:
After the rain moves out, high pressure moves in and dominates the forecast next week. Forecast highs will be in the mid-to-upper 90s and even 100 degrees, the hottest we’ve seen since last September!
As rain chances lower, temperatures climb. We’ll have storms through Saturday. But starting Sunday, we’re going to get our hottest temperatures of the year.
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