High pressure's influence over us is weakening just a bit as a warm front lifts north of us, causing a few showers to go up this afternoon in this very warm and humid air mass. We will see a couple more showers and storms develop this evening before we lose daytime heating. Temperatures are not dropping too far tonight thanks to the very humid air in place.
We will see more scattered showers and storms tomorrow thanks to the aforementioned air mass and some support from the jet stream providing a little more lift. Because of the added lift, one or two of these storms could get on the strong side with gusty winds and some small hail. Rain will come to an end after sunset.
Starting on Thursday, high pressure builds back in with a vengeance and brings much warmer air with it as we will head to the middle and upper 90s to end the week with some of the warmest readings so far this year. Temperatures won't back off until Sunday when a cold front drops through the area and brings our next best chance of rain that lingers as some kids head back to school on Monday.
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