An approaching front could trigger strong storms on a hot Thursday. Another front (could be a strong one!) will approach early next week. Details…
THURSDAY: partly cloudy, scattered afternoon storms, highs mainly low 90s, heat index over 100, light southwest breezes.
STORM HAZARDS: All storm cells will likely have downpours and vivid lightning. Some cells may feature strong gusts and hail. Remain aware!
THURSDAY NIGHT: partly cloudy, scattered leftover strong storms, light and variable breezes, lows mainly low 70s.
FRIDAY: partly cloudy, isolated showers and storms, light and variable breezes, highs mainly upper 80s to near 90.
WEEKEND: partly sunny, light south breezes, daily highs mainly low 90s, daily shower / storm chance around 20%.
NEXT WEEK: Storm chances will swell early in the week (with said front) and then diminish by midweek. Daily highs: 90s Monday, 80s most other days.
TROPICS: Tropical storm development is not likely in the Atlantic Basin (including the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf of Mexico) Thursday.