This coming week looks to be hot and humid after a wet start this week, according to the National Weather Service. A flash flood warning on Monday will likely give way to mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures which should carry on into the weekend as the chance of precipitation begins to increase on Friday.
Today’s forecast calls for a 60 percent chance of rain dropping to around a 10 percent chance in the early afternoon and evening while a daily high temperature reaches up around 94 and the low dips down near 81.
Tuesday should see mostly sunny skies less than 10 percent chance for rain, a high around 100 and a low near 82
Wednesday looks to again be mostly sunny with a high temperature around 104 in the daytime and a low near 84 at night.
Thursday will likely also see mostly sunny skies a high around 106 during the day and a low near 85 at night.
Friday should see a 10 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms starting in the late afternoon and carrying on throughout the day as temperatures reach a high around 102 and a low near 84.