Overnight weather forecast Wednesday, June 17th, 2019

Weather

Showers will diminish through the overnight hours. We will remain muggy and mostly cloudy with some areas of fog. Low temperatures will only dip into the upper 60s and lower 70s. Thursday will be a steamy day with clouds and hazy sunshine. A shower or thunderstorm will develop in some spots. We will still be very warm with temperatures reaching the upper 80s and possibly 90 in some areas. 

A major heatwave will be with us Friday into the weekend. Friday, we will have some hazy sunshine. The humidity will continue to be high. A stray thunderstorm cannot be rolled out in the afternoon. With these hotter days coming, be cautious. Although it will be nice swimming weather, the heat will be dangerous. Use sunscreen and limit your time in the sun. Try to do any yard work in the morning or evening to avoid the sun at its strongest. Also, it will be important to stay hydrated this weekend. Friday’s high temperatures will reach into the 90s. Saturday will be similar to Friday. We will have hazy sunshine and continue to be hot and humid. We could have a stray thunderstorm in the afternoon. Temperatures will reach into the mid 90s. We will still be hot and humid Sunday. Hazy sunshine will stay for most of the day. Some areas will see a thunderstorm late. Temperatures will be in the lower 90s. 

With more clouds than sunshine and a front moving through the region. Monday will not be quite as hot. This front will bring some showers and thunderstorms through the region. Temperatures will reach into the mid to upper 80s. Tuesday will bring refreshing break from the heat and humidity. We will see a partly cloudy sky becoming mostly sunny. High temperatures will reach the lower 80s. We will stay sunny on Wednesday. Some clouds may pass through. Wednesday’s high temperatures will be in the upper 70s to lower 80s.

More on that coming up with your 10 day future track later on.

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