Still no cooling coming Tuesday

The heat and humidity got a little worse again today as highs made it to around 90 but it felt like it was in the mid to upper 90s much of the afternoon.  

Nothing really changes over the next couple of days meaning more highs around that 90-degree mark and still lots of sunshine expected both tomorrow and Wednesday.  

Wednesday will bring more wind with gusts close to 30 miles per hour possible.  

Our weather pattern does finally change some by Thursday as chances of thunderstorms move into the forecast.  

And the more active weather pattern will stick around with more chances of storms on Friday and Saturday as well.  

As for temps, Thursday stays close to 90 with a little cooling on Friday with highs in the low to mid 80s before we head back up close to 90 on Saturday.  

Sunday has the chance of staying dry with highs in the upper 80s.  Then Monday brings in some cooler weather and another slight chance of a thunderstorm.

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