Forecast: More warm weather with isolated storms
Yesterday was the hottest day of the year! Throw in those isolated downpours and storms, and it felt a lot like summer.
That summer pattern continues today as highs will climb back into the low 90s, with isolated areas of rain and thunderstorms again setting up close to the 41/75 corridor, before pushing east toward Lake O.
Thursday will be similar, with one exception: a cold front arrives Thursday night. This is not a cold front to get excited about, because all it will do is bring a slight drop in humidity for the weekend, taking our rain chances down.
You can expect to start Saturday and Sunday in the 60s before quickly warming to near 90 by the afternoon. A reinforcing shot of dry air arrives Sunday, keeping Monday dry and slightly less humid as well, before more humidity, and scattered chances for storms, arrive by next week.
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