There might be some isolated storms developing in our far southern counties this evening. The rest of us look to stay dry and mostly clear overnight.
Current radar below:
FATHERS DAY: Waking up temperatures in the 60s, then the heat turns up with triple digit highs. A lot of sunshine expected, then along the dry line an isolated storm may develop. Wind speeds look to stay around 10-15mph until the evening becoming breezy. Stay cool and hydrated in this heat!
FOR THE WEEK: Another hot one on Monday, then a cold front helps to cool things down to the 80s through at least Thursday. Also another shot for more rain with showers and storms possibility starting as early as early Tuesday morning. Best chances look Wednesday especially across our western counties. Then temperatures climb to the 90s into next weekend.
Have a great rest of your Saturday! Join us tonight for the News at Nine. Matt with the next updated forecast Sunday.