WEDNESDAY: Another hot one unfolding today with highs reaching the low 90’s. Those feels like temperatures will push the century mark yet again with a spot storm possible this afternoon.
TONIGHT: Any activity that develops this afternoon will fizzle tonight again. We’re tracking another complex of storms that develops to our north, and will slide south along the state’s western border. Our western counties could pick up some more storms, but will be after midnight. Lows look to settle down in the lower 70’s.
EXTENDED: That line of storms is expected to be in the process of falling apart as they approach the viewing area. Where these fall apart, could serve as the area that we see redevelopment toward the afternoon on Thursday. Those storms could be stronger, if they develop, with some gusty winds and some hail possible. If we don’t get them to develop, we’re stuck in the heat again, with highs in the low 90’s. Friday looks a degree or two cooler after a slightly cooler start, but highs will be right around 90. That will carry us into the weekend, where we’ll be tracking a frontal boundary, which could deliver some relief from the heat.