Showers to Sun - Live Doppler 13 Weather Blog

Lindsey Monroe

Scattered showers continues this afternoon with embedded thunderstorms as a cold front passes through the area.

Most storms stay below severe limits but there is a chance of isolated damaging wind gusts or large hail through the early evening.

Scattered showers and storms continue for the evening rush home.

The widespread, steady rain will begin to erode this evening with a few lingering isolated storms and temperatures in the lower 70s.

With the exception of a few isolated showers this evening, the sky will clear overnight behind a cold front as drier air is ushered in.

It'll be a clear start to Tuesday with morning lows in the lower 60s.

Tuesday really looks to be the pick of the week with lots of sunshine in the afternoon and seasonal highs in the lower 80s.

Starting Wednesday, we're headed into a typical summer weather pattern for the remainder of next week with higher heat and humidity.

Heat indices will be in the lower 90s with highs in the upper 80s. A few isolated storms will be possible with the heat of the day.

We're looking at a mainly dry day Thursday but hotter and more humid. Heat indices top out in the 90-95° range.

This is really the first time this summer we've dealt with an oppressive airmass, plan ahead to take frequent breaks if you work in the heat and remember to stay well hydrated.

Highs will continue in the upper 80s through the weekend with a few days in the running for our first 90° day of the season.

More isolated storm chances are in the forecast for Friday and over next weekend. No day looks to be a washout and the severe threat remains low.