Just as soon as we dropped triple digit heat from the seven day forecast, it's back again and there's no indication that this July heat will go away anytime soon.
Tuesday was 14 degrees warmer than Monday, today will be just as hot. Strong south winds are expected for the rest of the work week. Like yesterday morning, we've seen storms in region but nothing directly impacting the the Newschannel Six viewing area.
With this true-to-form summer weather pattern, isolated thunderstorms are possible, but widespread meaningful rain is not part of the forecast. The weekend will be mostly sunny and hot with highs near 100 degrees.
John Cameron, First Alert Meteorologist