Thursday, Sept. 21
Heat wave continues through the last full day of summer.
Variably cloudy in the morning. Isolated showers/t-storms possible early, mainly N-W of city.
Muggy. Temps range in the upper 60s-lower 70s at sunrise.
Partly cloudy the rest of the day. Ample sunshine, and a warm start to the day lead to record-setting high temps.
Muggy again overnight. Low temps hover near the normal high for date.
Friday, Sept. 22
Upper level heat dome remains in place across the Midwest. Peak afternoon temps run 20 or more degrees above normal. A late-day storm possible. S winds 10-15 mph.
Saturday, Sept. 23
Warm air aloft limits cloud growth. Abundant sunshine helps boost temps to 90-degrees or higher for a 4th straight day. S winds around 10 mph provide little cooling.
Sunday, Sept. 24
The first weekend of fall remains unseasonably warm. T-storms are held to the west, leaving our skies mostly sunny. Highs hover around 90 degrees. S-SW winds 10 mph.
Monday, Sept. 25
Little change. Temps stay above normal, even by July standards. Afternoon readings climb to the upper 80s. S-SE winds 10 to 15 mph keep area beaches near 80 degrees.
Tuesday, Sept. 26
Frontal zone to the west finally approaches the area, raising rain chances. Scattered storms may reach the area in the afternoon, but are more likely at night. SW winds 10-15 mph.
Wednesday, Sept. 27
Cooler, less humid air sweeps into the area, bringing temps closer to normal. Lingering showers/t-storms exit the area leaving skies partly cloudy. NW winds 15-20 mph.