SUNDAY: Morning fog has since moved out but warm and humid conditions are sticking around. We’ve dodge showers through the morning with mostly cloudy skies but will begin to see thunderstorms by early afternoon. Storms will become more numerous by mid-afternoon. Severe storms are not likely, but the thunderstorms will feature gusty winds, torrential rainfall that may cause localized flash flooding, as well as frequent and dangerous cloud-to-ground lightning. Highs will reach the upper 80s, feeling like around 100° before thunderstorms cool things down a bit. Chance of rain 80 percent.
THE WEEK AHEAD: Widespread afternoon thunderstorm chances will continue through Tuesday, which will keep high temperatures in the mid 80s. Then afternoon thunderstorm chances will continue for the rest of the week, but a little less widespread which will allow for some more peeks of sunshine, allowing temperatures to rise back to more summer-like lower 90s, with heat indices around 100°.