Today’s highs reached 87-92 with heat indices peaking at 92-102.
And that’s after this morning’s lows of 66-73.
Rainfall totals at various scales over the area range from 0 to 0.71 inches of rain/storms hit or miss late this afternoon.
Residual rain leaves our southern and southeastern counties early tonight, then a wave of showers and scattered storms will pass through overnight into Wednesday morning.
Break with sunshine and breezy conditions with winds (SW gusts 25-33 mph) from the SW and highs 85-89 tracking (heat index 91-98).
A broken rain/storm line should form just east of US 231/43 and then move east along the cold front then in the afternoon after breaking with the sun.
The wind should be heading to the west behind the front.
Lots of clouds (stratus/cumulus) should center from the north-northwest Wednesday night into Thursday with intermittent rain showers and brisk northwest winds of 22-28 mph.
Highs of 70-76 are expected on Thursday after 62-65 am.
Friday looks to be partly cloudy (cumulus/stratocumulus) with northwest winds 10-20 mph and a high of only 70-75 after 56-60 AM.
After 50s on Saturday morning, the day features sunshine and cumulus clouds with a high of 75-79.
After 50-55 Sunday morning, it will likely be 78-82 Sunday as winds shift to the east, then southeast.
On Monday, temperatures are likely to range between 79 and 83, with southeast to south winds and dense clouds. A few showers are possible by the evening.
Scattered rain is expected on Tuesday, ranging between 75 and 80 degrees.
You can see Monday night….then the forecast radar on Tuesday:
As the weather remains cold next Wednesday, some intermittent rain is likely with partly cloudy skies. It is expected to reach levels of 70-75.
This front passes through Najaf, where a major hurricane may threaten Bermuda and a tropical system may develop in the south or west of the Gulf.
If anything it could become an absolute disaster for Bermuda.
We should see a very quick warm-up, but with a 82-86 comeback.
Your 10-day forecast:
More rain and storms are possible at times near and just after mid-September.
It should be followed by a cold snap with lower than normal temperatures, but late September to early October looks warmer than normal at this point: