Wednesday has been picture perfect with ample sunshine, low humidity, and comfortable temperatures. Key Field did set a low this morning of 56 which breaks the old record low of 60 set back in 1897. We look to set another low tonight as we should drop to 60, beating the old record of 62 set back in 1965.
Thursday will see clouds increase throughout the day as a disturbance slides through the Twin States. We could see a stray shower late in the day, but I expect most of us to remain dry for our Thursday.
The better rain chance is Friday through Sunday as a series of disturbances race across the area as we slowly rebuild heat and humidity. Isolated showers and a rumble of thunder will be possible each day. None of the weekend looks to be a wash, but you may have to dodge some rain drops from time to time.
High pressure will attempt to start taking back control of the area on Monday, which will signal more of a return to pop-up variety showers and storms heading into next week. Temperatures should also return to 90 starting Monday and slowly warm each day through at least the middle of the week.
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