- Today: Several storms with heavy rain are likely. Highs: Mid 80s.
- Tonight: Prolonged rain or storm. Lows: Upper 60s to near 70s.
- Tomorrow: Partly sunny. Not wet. Isolated showers? Highs: Mid 80s.
After several days of scattered severe storms, today should bring more rain and storms, especially this afternoon. Heavy rains may cause flash floods in some places. By tomorrow, we’re only looking at a chance of an isolated shower or thunderstorm, with drier weather expected Tuesday and Wednesday as another heat wave approaches.
Today (Sunday): It’s another warm and humid start to the 70s. Temperatures will climb into the mid-80s in the afternoon under mostly cloudy skies. An isolated shower is possible in the morning. But several showers and thunderstorms between 6pm and 6pm will drop temperatures from west to east into the 70s. The rain will last for an hour or two in any flood-prone areas. Some places may see 1 to 3 inches of rain, while others may see less. A few storms may also produce damaging winds. Confidence: Medium High
Tonight: After 6 p.m., widespread showers and storms are possible during the evening and overnight hours. Low 60s to 70s. Confidence: Medium
Tomorrow (Monday): Partly sunny as calm weather returns. Temperatures aren’t bad in July, with highs in the mid-80s, and a light northwesterly breeze keeps humidity low (dew spots in the mid-60s). Chances of rain are much lower compared to Sunday, but an isolated shower or thunderstorm is still possible. Confidence: Medium High
Tomorrow night: A pretty calm night, with temperatures in the upper 60s to near 70s and partly cloudy skies. Confidence: Medium
tuesday Temperatures in the 80s to near 90s will be dry with plenty of sun. Skies should be mostly sunny Wednesday Temperatures begin to warm up again with lows in the mid 90s. Humidity should be moderate (dew points in the 60s) both days.
Dan Stillman contributed to this forecast.