THREAT FOR HEAT WAVE CONTINUES! Severe Storms Possible Today! Hot and Humid Conditions to persist the next week with highs pretty much in the 90’s! Tropics are now showing signs of development from Cape Verde system. Strong suspicions of first hurricane of the season!

Summary: Continued support showing that early next week highs will be at least in the mid and upper 90’s with high humidity. Expecting a string of heat advisories!

Severe Weather appears possible today as scattered thunderstorms visit the area. High winds, heavy rains, and small hail are possible. Otherwise temps will remain in the 90’s with chances of afternoon and evening thunderstorms through the next 7 days. Mountains will obviously see slightly cooler temps and have a slightly better chance at storms.

Tropics: Tropics now show the signs of the First Cape Verde system of the season. Interests should monitor the situation as long term models do show the potential of an east coast threat. This is so far out it is just something to watch for now. See this thread in the forum. See the latest info in the Tropical Center .

Thanks to all who continue to post to the Forum.

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