Our weather couldn't have been more typical for our first official day of summer. We made it to 89 at Key Field, and Heat Indices were in the mid-and upper 90s this afternoon, with no relief in the form of showers or thunderstorms. Tomorrow's weather looks like a carbon copy of yesterday and today's, and I do think just about all of us will stay dry tomorrow as well, with just a few clouds out there during the late morning and afternoon hours. Rain chances go up slightly for Sunday as our atmosphere will moisten up a little bit, but I think many of us will stay dry, as afternoon showers and storms should be pretty widely spaced. That pattern will continue through the first couple of days next week, and for the foreseeable future, as no organized active weather nor tropical activity is in the forecast for at least the next week. With very little rain in the forecast, our high temperatures should be able to climb into the mid 90s by the mid and later parts of next week.
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