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FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Temperatures into the lower 90s with low humidity

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Temperatures are pleasant this morning, and in many cases running a few degrees cooler than they were yesterday. We’re starting in the low-to-mid 60s for the most part. We’ll see plenty of sunshine today so those temps will warm quickly. 

We should be into the upper 80s by Noon with highs into the lower 90s. Winds will be light and the humidity will stay low for today. The heat and humidity will be returning over the course of the week. 

Today marks the first day of summer, and it will certainly be feeling like the season heading into this week. Lows tonight will dip into the upper 60s, but those lows will likely be staying in the 70s for the rest of the week.

We’ll see mostly sunny skies for Tuesday, but a pop-up shower isn’t totally out of the question. It should be slightly hotter with highs into the mid-90s. You may notice it getting muggier as well. With higher humidity, lows should stay in the lower 70s. 

Look for highs to run in the mid-90s with a heat index into the upper 90s for much of the week. Although each afternoon will feature a chance for a storm, chances for any one spot remain low. The hot and muggy pattern should continue into this weekend as will the chance for a hit-or-miss storm.  

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