Staying hot with scattered storm chances

First Alert Forecast

Partly to mostly cloudy skies remain in place overnight with low temperatures falling into the lower 70s. Areas of patchy but dense fog will be expected to develop after midnight. Another hot and humid day will round out the week on Friday with temperatures climbing into the lower 90s. The heat index will be close to 100 degrees. More pop-up rain showers and thunderstorms will develop into the afternoon.

The weekend forecast looks promising for now with more July heat. Highs will be near 90 degrees on Saturday and Sunday. Rain showers and storms are expected to develop on Sunday afternoon.

Next week looks very hot for now with a heat index between 100° to 107° on Tuesday and Wednesday. Please stay hydrated and practice heat safety.

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