Comfort air is here but for how long?

Comfort air is here but for how long?

Dry air followed Friday's storms and made for a great Saturday. That said, it doesn't mean we're storm free as we race toward the 4th of July.
A steady north/northwest wind has dried things out for Saturday and our humidity level keeps falling. Saturday afternoon highs 'only' got into the upper 80s; that is cool when you think about where we were earlier this week when the heat index was pushing 110°-115°. Tonight, a weak disturbance will try to throw showers and isolated thunder our way, mainly north of I-40. Meanwhile, lows will fall into the upper 60s; 5-7° below average. Plenty of clouds will wrap around a slow moving area of low pressure to our northeast and make for a not so sunny Sunday. However, the clouds will continue to provide a nice reprieve from the heat; highs will only be in the low 80s. A couple thunderstorms will be possible in the afternoon but nothing to delay your plans too much. The small to medium chance at afternoon storms will be with us through Tuesday but highs will be mild in the low to mid 80s. Wednesday through the holiday weekend our temperatures will rebound close to 90° with only isolated storms.

Be safe and enjoy the rest of your weekend!

-Meteorologist Sean Parker
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