**Heat Advisory for most of Siouxland until 8 PM Thursday**
More heat and humidity are on tap for our Thursday with temps surging back into the low to mid 90s. Dew points will likely be back into the mid 70s making for feels like temps into the triple digits. This is why a Heat Advisory has been extended through the day so please remember to take necessary precautions out there. A cold front is on the move though and this will bring much cooler conditions but also the chance of storms late this afternoon into the day tomorrow. More widespread moisture will be developing through the overnight with a few stronger storms possible, especially across northern Siouxland. Hail and gusty winds are the primary hazards.
Clouds stay thick for our Friday with scattered thunderstorms possible with the threat of a couple of stronger storms once again. Temperature wise, we look to fall back toward seasonable levels lasting through the weekend. This boundary continues to effect us through the weekend as well with a sporadic thunderstorms possible on Saturday and Sunday as well. Even cooler air arrives by the start of next week into the middle of next week with highs near 80° through Wednesday. Another shot a few thunderstorms arrives by Tuesday and Wednesday as a disturbance moves through the region.
Meteorologist T.J. Springer