Drier weather ahead for the weekend, still humid


Last round of rain moves through part of the area overnight.

What We’re Tracking:

  • A few more storms southwestern areas tonight
  • Nice weather as we dry out this weekend
  • More heat and humidity next week

Mostly cloudy and humid early in the night, but the humidity level should drop back slightly toward Saturday morning as temperatures fall into the upper 60s. The best chance for showers and storms tonight will be over the southwestern and western counties of the viewing area. These rains will wrap up early on Saturday.

Temperatures on Saturday will be warm, but not too hot. Mostly cloudy weather to start the day, but we anticipate some clearing for the afternoon hours. That late-day sunshine should boost highs into the lower to middle 80s with a light east wind 5-10mph.

Clear to partly cloudy through the first part of the work week before it begins to turn hot and humid once again. Temperatures will likely reach near 90 by midweek. There may also be a few isolated thunderstorms a couple days next week. The week ahead doesn’t look bad for August so enjoy some outdoor time before school starts again.

KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller

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