Today: Scattered Showers and Storms Redevelop in the Afternoon. Localized Flooding is the Biggest Concern with These Storms.
High: 86 Winds: SW 5-10 mph
Tonight: Scattered Showers and Storms Mainly Late Night.
Low: 70 Winds: W 5-Calm mph
Saturday: Slight Chance for a Pop-Up Afternoon Storm otherwise Muggy with Partly Sunny Skies.
High: 89 Winds: NE Light
We woke up to another wet tumultuous morning. Those showers have died down now but we are expecting more to redevelop through the afternoon with favorable conditions in place.
A few pop-up storms will be possible on Saturday but the bigger story will be the heat. We'll get into the upper 80s and low 90s. Sunday & Monday will hit about 90 which means some of us have the potential to see the first heat wave of 2014 (Definition: 3 consecutive days of 90+). Disregarding what is on the thermometer the REAL FEEL will be in the mid to upper 90s this weekend into Monday. Dew points still looking to hover around 70 degrees for the beginning of next week making it that air you can wear and that hair your can't wear.
By Wednesday evening the next round of rain will arrive and so will slightly cooler air. Early showers & storms on Thursday then a little more comfortable into the afternoon.