Tonight: Some storms will be around this evening, but most rain fades around sunset. Partly cloudy and humid overnight. Lows in the 70s. 

Thursday: Clouds and heat will build throughout the day. High temperatures will be in the low and mid 90s, but it will feel like the 100s. By the midday hours, scattered to possibly numerous showers and storms will develop and spread inland. This will help cool some neighborhoods into the 70s and 80s. Some spots, however, will remain mostly dry and hot. Be on the lookout for street flooding.  

Friday: Rain coverage may increase a bit. Expect numerous showers and storms mainly during the afternoon and early evening. Locally heavy rain could lead to nuisance-type flooding. Gusty wind and lightning will be a potential threat, too. 

Weekend: Typical mid-summer pop-up showers and storms with highs in the low and mid 90s. Heat indices will be in the 100s. 

Next Week: Daily pop-up storms with highs in the mid 90s for the first week of August.

Tracking the Tropics: No tropical development expected during the next 5 days. Even beyond the next 5 days, the tropics look rather quiet. Climatologically speaking, the tropics begin to really heat up in August, leading up to the peak of hurricane season in September. Remember, all it takes is one to make it a “bad season” for us.

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