An interesting wake-up call from Mother Nature on this Tuesday...as thunderstorms rolled through several neighborhoods during the early morning hours. It's a sign that we are right in the midst of a summer-like weather pattern. It hasn't always been the case this summer.
In the wake of the morning rain and storms, sunshine will dominate much of the day. Temperatures are heating up...into the mid 80s inland, mid to upper 70s along the immediate coast.
Another round of scattered thundershowers is possible this afternoon and evening.
Once again, we'll start "soupy" on Wednesday. It will likely be the hottest day of the week. Highs inland will reach the upper 80s to near 90 degrees. Even along the coast, we'll feel the 80s.
It'll generally be sunny, but I can't rule out an isolated thunderstorm.
We'll have one more humid day on Thursday, then change is coming. A front later in the evening will usher in drier air for Friday. Keep in mind that we'll have a line of showers and/or thunderstorms with the front later on Thursday.
Friday will be more comfortable but still a bit cloudy. High pressure promises to provide partly to mostly sunny skies over the weekend with highs in the low to mid 80s!
~ Meteorologist Tom Johnston