TODAY: Skies will start to clear by the early afternoon hours, but clouds and rain early in the day keep temperatures in the low 80s this afternoon.
TONIGHT: Skies are mostly clear overnight. We cool into the low 60s by sunrise.
EXTENDED: Thursday, high pressure early on in the day keeps us mostly clear to partly cloudy, but by the afternoon, clouds increase and a spot storm becomes possible near I-44 if the atmosphere will allow it. Thursday, more sunshine warms us back to the upper 80s. Data is suggesting that near record heat may be possible (91), but that will depend on just how much sunshine we see, and how much our south wind can help us warm. Friday, a slow moving cold front approaches and perhaps even stalls by the evening. This brings a chance for storms and keeps our forecast high in the low 80s. Some storms with this front may be severe depending on the timing, so we'll have to keep an eye on the forecast as we get closer. Saturday will be rainy with some thunder as the stalled front is slow to leave. It finally does though, leaving us drier on Sunday. Both days may end up in the upper 60s, for a cool weekend.