More storm chances Wednesday, dry pattern Thursday

FLASH FLOOD WATCH THROUGH 8:00 AM WEDNESDAY

Scattered showers and storms are likely again through tonight, and like we’ve seen, any storm could be capable of very heavy rain with localized flooding possible. It will stay muggy with a few pop-up showers and storms tomorrow. 

A more stable layer of air will arrive Thursday, starting a mostly dry pattern through our July 4th holiday weekend. Hot weather will continue with highs in the low 90s Thursday through much of next week!

TONIGHT: Scattered downpours.  Muggy, mostly cloudy.  Low: 71°.  Wind: Light.

WEDNESDAY: Humid with scattered storms – localized flooding possible. High: 88°. Wind: SE 5-10 mph.

THURSDAY: Partly to mostly sunny and seasonably hot.  High: 91°.  Wind: NE 5-10 mph.

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