As high pressure shifted east and southerly wind returned, so has the humidity and warmer temperatures the last couple of days. however, another cold front will move slowly through the region Wednesday, bringing elevated chances of showers and thunderstorms, and possibly some severe weather. The map below highlights the area where a Slight Risk of severe weather exists Tuesday afternoon and evening.
|Slight Risk of severe weather for the highlighted area Tuesday PM.|
|The high-res NAM model indicates storms across the area at 10pm Tuesday|
|The NAM model depicts instability (or thunder-fuel) at 10pm Tuesday sufficient for strong to severe storms.|
By Thursday, high pressure will build in from the north, resulting in slightly cooler temperatures and lower humidity (though not quite as glorious as late last week). High pressure will keep dry weather around into at least early in the weekend before shifting east and, once again, bringing hot and humid conditions back into the region. Another round of 90s (maybe mid 90s) with heat indices of 100+ is possible by early next week. Click here for the complete MWN Forecast, or find it anytime in our mobile apps (link below). We'll keep you updated on the thunderstorms trends via our social channels, also listed below.
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