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Another hot day Tuesday, not too humid…yet

If you love summer, this forecast will be your cup of tea with rising heat and humidity sticking around into next week.

Tonight will be relatively comfortable with low temperatures in the low - mid 60s. So you may want to take advantage and open the windows.

Tuesday will be another very warm/hot day with partly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 80s-near 90 degrees.

While the humidity will rise a little bit, it still won't be too soupy out there. Wednesday is a different story. The humidity will surge as moisture from once tropical storm Barry moves in. That moisture will also help trigger scattered showers and storms Wednesday afternoon through the day on Thursday.

On Friday the rain moves out but the steamy stuff sticks around. Temperatures on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday may all go well into the 90s, and heat index values could be topping 100 with the humidity factored in!

FORECAST DETAILS:

TONIGHT: Mainly clear, still not very humid. Lows: 60s.

TUESDAY: Partly cloudy, a bit more humid. High: 80s-near 90 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, very warm and humid. Chance scattered afternoon showers/storms. High: 90.

THURSDAY: Partly cloudy, warm and very humid with showers and thunderstorms:  Highs: mid-upper 80s.

FRIDAY: Hazy, hot and humid. High: Low-mid 90s. Heat index near or above 100.

SATURDAY: Hazy, hot and humid. High temperatures: 94-99 with heat indices 100+

SUNDAY: Hazy, hot and humid. Highs: Low-mid 90s. Feels like 100+

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