SUNDAY NIGHT: Warm overnight. Lows in the 60s. Chance for scattered storms overnight. More storms move in before sunrise Monday morning.

MONDAY MORNING: A large cluster of thunderstorms moves from north to south across the state Monday morning. Some storms could produce gusty winds and frequent lightning. Severe weather is not anticipated. The morning rain will keep temperatures in the 70s through the first half of the day.

MONDAY AFTERNOON: Lingering showers and storms possible through the second half of the day, particularly close to where morning storms stalled out and fizzled away. Highs sneak into the upper 70s and low 80s after the rain clears. Isolated showers and storms possible into Monday evening.

TUESDAY: Chance for another round of morning showers and storms. Then spotty afternoon showers and storms. Warm and humid. Highs in the upper 80s. One or two thermometers might sneak as high as 90°.

WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY: It’s a wash, rinse, and repeat forecast through the week, with warm and humid weather through the week with scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms. On any given day, any one spot has the chance for a heavy downpour, but rain coverage each day will be uneven and spotty. This is very much a summertime kind of forecast for us. Each day will be a case of the “haves” and the “have-nots” when it comes to rain and storms. Rain chances begin to wane some by Friday and the weekend, with rain becoming much more isolated over the weekend.

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