Today will be cooler than yesterday, but it will still be hot and humid. A front will continue to push across South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa today and that will bring a chance of showers and thunderstorms later today into tonight. Some storms could be severe with large hail and damaging straight-line wind gusts being the main threats. In addition to the possibility of severe weather, storms could bring heavy rainfall amounts of one-quarter to one-half inch or more.
Our weather pattern will continue to be active through the rest of the week with scattered thunderstorms possible tomorrow night, Thursday and again Friday. The heat and humidity will stick around too, with highs in the upper 80s and dew point temperatures in the 70s. That means the heat index will be well into the 90s through the week.
While there could be an isolated thunderstorm or two this weekend, it should be mostly sunny and humid. High temps will reach the upper 80s Saturday, mid 80s on Sunday.
Partly cloudy, warm and humid with scattered thunderstorms. Some storms could be severe, hail and wind will be the main threats. High: 87°. Wind South becoming east 5-15 mph.
Scattered evening thunderstorms, then partly cloudy. Low: 67°. Wind: East 5-10 mph.
Mostly sunny, hot and humid with scattered late day and nighttime thunderstorms. High: 89°. Wind: Southeast 5-15 mph.