Warm & Muggy
Showers and Thunderstorms
Warm and Humid
Increasing Clouds / PM Showers/Storms
Warm and muggy with a few showers and thunderstorms Thursday night, due to a warm front. More showers and thunderstorms Friday, especially toward evening, and especially Friday night as a cold front comes through. Partly sunny both days this weekend and mainly dry with just the outside chance of a shower. Showery and below normal temperatures much of next week. Sunrise: 5:31 Sunset: 8:50.
Seasonal forecast: The summer season--late June, July, and August---looks generally hotter and more humid than average with frequent showers and thunderstorms.
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