Warm and humid through the Fourth of July
Warm and humid weather lasts through the Fourth of July, highs near 90, with steamy humidity. The muggy weather will fuel pop-up showers and storms Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon but should fade before fireworks are scheduled to launch. The most widespread storms are likely Thursday ahead of cold front that will break the heat and humidity for the weekend.
Tonight: Mostly clear, low of 64.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, PM pop-up storms, high of 88.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, PM pop-up storms, high of 88.
Thursday: Scattered storms, highs in the upper 80s.