Radar is showing a few showers across the region this afternoon, all thanks to the heat and humidity.
Although an isolated shower or t-storm can’t be ruled our this afternoon or early evening, the main story is going to be the heat and humidity as oppressively hot weather builds into the region tomorrow.
The radar remains quiet across the viewing area this afternoon.
The area of high pressure that has controlled our weather recently has moved offshore, leading to southwesterly winds and an increase in heat and humidity.
Looks like another really good Summer day.
We have really hit the jackpot with the weather for the next few days.
A very nice change is underway!
Day two of these very hot and humid conditions comes to an end with a warm but dry night ahead.
For the second day in a row, we were under a heat advisory and it felt like triple digits outside.
A heat advisory and Code Orange Air Quality alert are in effect through this evening.
The oppressive heat and humidity that we experienced yesterday will continue into the day today, with today actually being the most oppressive day of the summer thus far.
Hot and humid conditions continue to pour into the region this morning, with dew points early this morning in the upper 60s.