Wednesday: Hot & sunny weather continues for the middle of the week. Highs will be in the mid-90s. Heat indices will remain elevated. A plume of Saharan dust will lead to hazy skies for the middle of the week and lower air quality. Today, air quality will be at unhealthy levels for sensitive groups. This includes people with asthma, lung issues and the elderly. An isolated storm may be possible today, but most storms in the region will occur east of the I-55 corridor.
Thursday-Friday: We keep the same heat with us as we near the week’s end, but it looks like isolated storms are more likely to pop up on Thursday. Friday should remian hot and mostly dry.
Saturday-Sunday: Strong heat stays in place on Saturday. Father’s Day will have more sunshine with a high of 96 degrees.
Monday-Tuesday: Next week will be hot, humid and sunny. Summer officially begins Tuesday, June 21st.
Tracking the Tropics: There is a 40% chance for an organized system to develop in the Western Caribbean in the next 5 days from a system of disorganized showers just north of Panama over the Caribbean Sea.