It’s still early August and a bit too early to talk about fall weather. It’s only been a few weeks since the statistically hottest part of the year, and we have plenty of heat and humidity to speak of over the coming weeks.
Warm and muggy weather contributed to isolated showers and t-storms in the afternoon and evening, but those will evaporate later this evening leading to lows in the lower 60s under mostly clear skies.
Generally sunny skies will mean a good looking Wednesday afternoon, but highs will reach into the middle 80s and the humidity will be on the high side as well. Southwesterly winds ahead of a wind shift line will help bring back the higher heat and humidity.
Another weak disturbance will mean possible pop up t-storms Thursday afternoon, before the weather quiets down for Friday and the weekend.
Enjoy your evening! -Stormtracker 19 Chief Meteorologist Dan Breeden
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