TUESDAY: As an upper level low pressure area moves to the east, moisture wrapping around it could produce a few showers and isolated t-storms mainly east of HWY 63 in the afternoon from 3-7 PM. Otherwise, it looks partly sunny and warm with high temperatures in the lower 80s and winds from the north up to 10 mph.
TONIGHT: Skies will clear out with winds out of the north up to 5 mph. This will allow low temperatures to drop towards 60 by daybreak, making for a cool, but comfortable start to the day.
EXTENDED: High pressure aloft will build over the area for the rest of the week, bringing back summer heat and humidity. Wednesday will feel more like late July with mostly sunny and seasonal temperatures, reaching the upper 80s. By the end of the work week, temperatures will top out near 90 with nights dropping into the upper 60s.The humidity doesn’t look as high as what we’ve had in weeks past, but heat indices will return into the mid 90s with slightly humid conditions. Heading into the weekend, it will be typical for the start of August with highs near 90 and nights near 70. We remain dry through the rest of the 7 day forecast. Watch ABC 17 News for the newest forecast and check back here for updates. You can also follow us on Twitter @ABC17Stormtrack.