Jim Caldwell's Forecast | Rain chances run low with heat running very high

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Even the overnights will be warm with temps only falling into the mid and upper 70s. Heat Index values will most likely say in the low 100s right into the weekend.

Have a great night!

Tonight, it will be clear with a low of 74 and a south southeast wind of 3 to 6 miles per hour, according to the weather service. Both days, we maximize around or slightly above 90°.

Expect lows tonight near 73 and light winds. Keep in mind to drink plenty of water and use your best judgement by listening to your body on when you need to take breaks from being outside. South wind 5 to 10 miles per hour. Monday is more of the same, with heat, humidity, and isolated thunderstorms.

That same model that develop Tuesday afternoon dissipates the storms by sunset before another piece of energy moves through late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning for another chance for storms again mainly north of I-70.

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Clouds will be on the increase during the morning will rain moving from the northwest to the south and east.

A high temperature around 102 degrees is expected, with a low down to around 68. There might be a few scattered showers & thunderstorms creeping through the area.

Saturday will be partly to mostly sunny and hot with daytime temperatures climbing into the mid 90s. Highs will stick in the mid 80s.

Some signs of a very welcome cool down are showing by the back half of the weekend. Rain chances will essentially be zero through the rest of the work week.

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