The weather setup stays the same today, so despite a morning lull, more showers and storms are likely this afternoon into the evening. Plan on highs in the low 90s. Very hot and muggy until storms push in mid afternoon. The weekend looks decent as well, although may not be totally rain-free.
Mostly sunny skies with highs closer to seasonal normal, in the upper 90s. Rain and thunderstorms move in during the afternoon and flooding will remain a concern, especially across the mountain areas of Fremont county.
MONDAY| Scattered rain and rumbles, otherwise partly/mostly cloudy.
UPDATE: Severe thunderstorms will be possible across the Tennessee Valley from late this evening through the overnight. Temperatures reach the lower to middle 80s on both days and the mugginess continues.
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The severe weather expected Monday follows a Sunday that saw strong storms leading to power outages in Palm Beach County and flight delays at some area airports.
Tonight decreasing clouds with lows in the upper 60s.
There's no rest for the tired in this sticky and stormy pattern, as the humidity as well as the showers and thunderstorms are relentless, occurring any time both day and night. Temperatures are going to be highly dependent on where storms actually form. Damaging wind gusts and hail would be the biggest threats in the strongest storms.