Hot and Humid. Typical Summer forecast on tap! A chance of late day showers and storms. Risk of Severe Weather Increased in the North tomorrow! Maybe a cloudy cooler weekend

Summary: The NWS is stating we are in a normal summertime weather pattern and you have to admit, it is. The Lazy Hazy days of summer are upon us! We will see scattered late evening thunderstorms and an isolated severe cell would not be out of the question, but would also not be the rule. Wednesday could contain Severe Storms and even the risk for Tornadoes. See the Day2 Outlook and Discussion. Concerned about a cooler and cloudy weekend, but nothing too bad!

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