The combination of heat and humidity, plus an upper level disturbance and weak front are all contributing to scattered showers and thunderstorms. This chance will be with us through early tonight. Some of the storms will produce alot of lightning and gusty winds.
Wednesday should be less active, but there is still a chance for a few isolated showers and thunderstorms. Otherwise partly sunny and very warm with highs in the upper 80s to near 90. Thursday and Friday will be similar with an even smaller chance for a shower or thunderstorm. Odds drop from 30% tomorrow to 20% on Thursday and then back to 25% on Friday.
Over the weekend a more impressive cold front heads our way. This will bump our chance back to 30% on Saturday and then 40% on Sunday when it will slide through. Behind the front we expect the air to cool a good 10 degrees (to the upper 70s), but it does not appear right now that the air will dry out too much. We still have a chance for showers on Monday and a smaller chance on Tuesday.