Temperatures already mild this morning with dew points in the 60s.
TODAY: Dry line pushes east with drier air in our area, meaning temperatures will warm faster. High near 100! Find ways to stay cool, stay hydrated, and try not to be outdoors during the hottest parts of the day. If you plan on enjoying some pool time make sure you wear sunscreen with extreme UV Index today. There might be and isolated shower or storm but most of us will stay dry.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear with lows back down to the upper 60s and low 70s.
SUMMER BEGINS FRIDAY: The Summer Solstice takes over with the longest days of the year today through Sunday. Another hot one again highs in the upper 90s and triple digits. Moisture will likely return across our eastern counties with a chance for storms to develop. The wind will be a little stronger 12-22mph from the southwest.
WEEKEND: Temperatures will be dropping but still quiet hot Saturday. A cold front will drop those highs a few more degrees Sunday, returning to near average. We might have some more storms around the area, but wide spread coverage doesn't look like the outcome.
NEXT WEEK: Temperatures remain near average with low chances for rain.
Have a great Thursday and stay cool! Matt with the latest updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.