- Today is hot and humid
- Strong to severe storms possible today and Monday
- Hot and humid throughout the holiday
The air quality continues to improve and will remain at Good for today.
Today, we keep a similar pattern when hot and muggy air persists. Although showers and single storms can occur at any time, peak storm coverage is likely to occur in the afternoon and evening.
STORM RISK: Wind damage will be the main threat, along with heavy hail. Local flash floods may occur.
Expect a hot and humid day with highs in the 80s and 90s.
There will be a chance of showers and storms Monday as a cold front moves through. While there may be a few stronger storms, the serious threat appears to be extremely low. Otherwise, expect peaks in the 80s and 90s under a combination of sun and clouds to cloudy skies.
TUESDAY (July 4)
Drier weather moving behind the front on Monday will reduce humidity along with limited storm coverage. We are still hot and sunny with the highest temperature ranging from above 80 to below 90.
TRACKING THE tropics
The tropics have remained quiet until now. Visit our HURRICANE CENTER for interactions and resources.
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