Heat wave continues into the week, rain chance increases by Thursday

Updated Sept 03, 2018

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>> 4th heat wave of 2018 possible

Tonight: Warm, muggy with mostly clear skies. Overnight, low temperature will be about 70 degrees.

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Tuesday: Day two of the heat wave continues. Mostly sunny with a high near 90. Heat index in the upper 90s. Pop-up clouds and isolated thunder showers possible in the afternoon. Tuesday night will be warm and muggy. 

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Wednesday: Another hot and humid day expected with highs in the low 90s, feeling like the upper 90s. A pop-up downpour could develop in the afternoon.

Thursday: Clouds increase through the day. It may stay just below 90 degrees for the afternoon, but it will be very muggy. Scattered showers and storms are expected late afternoon and evening.

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Friday: A few storms are possible. Highs will be in the low 80s as temperatures return to normal, and it will not be as muggy.

Saturday: Sunshine and scattered clouds are expected. Some showers and storms will start to develop with some lingering energy from Tropical Storm Gordon. High near 80.

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