HEAT SHOULD BECOME LESS TOMORROW! STILL REALLY HOT TODAY! TROPICAL STORM CHRIS IS LIKELY TO DISSIPATE! TROPICS COULD GET ACTIVE AGAIN SOON! A COOLER WEEKEND DOES NOT MEAN REALLY COOL AIR! SEVERE STORMS POSSIBLE TODAY, BETTER CHANCE TOMORROW!


Summary: Dangerous heat on tap again today! Highs approaching 100 with heat indexes up to 110 degrees. As a front approaches isolated storms could fire today and will likely be more widespread tomorrow. Isolated severe threat is there today and more possible tomorrow. Temperatures tomorrow should cool to the lower 90s and the upper 80s to lower 90s this weekend! Typical heat, verses the absurd heat of the last several days!

Tropics: Tropical Storm Chris did really well the last 2 days, but has almost dissipated as of this morning. I think he may be gone. The Tropics should remain active! See the latest info in the Tropical Center .

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