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7:00 AM | Still unsettled with a good chance for showers and thunderstorms; weekend looking iffy

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly cloudy, very warm and humid, chance for showers and thunderstorms this afternoon, some of the rain can be heavy, highs in the upper 80’s


Mostly cloudy, mild, chance for more showers and thunderstorms, lows by morning in the lower 70’s


Partly sunny, warm, humid, still the chance for a shower or thunderstorm, mid-to-upper 80’s

Thursday Night

Partly cloudy, mild, upper 60’s


Mostly sunny, warm, low-to-mid 80’s


Partly sunny, warm, chance for showers and thunderstorms, low-to-mid 80’s


Partly sunny, warm, chance for showers and thunderstorms, low-to-mid 80’s


Partly sunny, warm, chance for showers and thunderstorms, low 80’s


Weak systems will continue to produce unsettled weather conditions around here with no extreme heat or humidity and also no refreshingly cool air. A weak front will generate some scattered showers and thunderstorms in the region today and then weak high pressure will take over for Thursday and Friday. The weekend looks to be quite unsettled again with the threat for showers and thunderstorms each day as more frontal systems affect the metro region.

Elsewhere, a heat wave continues today across portions of the Plains and Midwest with well above normal temperatures for this time of year. Despite this late season heat wave, there is a preliminary report that indicates this summer has featured the fewest 100 degree days on a nationwide basis in over a century (using NOAA's Global Historical Climatology Network dataset). The five summers with the highest number of 100 degree days across the nation are as follows: 1936, 1934, 1954, 1980 and 1930.