After a great Father's Day with sunny skies and nearly hot temperatures we might see just a little bit of a break for Monday. Highs made it into the 90s once again. Armstrong International peaked at 92 with Audubon park hitting 96 degrees for a second day in a row. We didn't see much in the way of rain with the Bermuda high still firmly in control.
The edge of the high backs east during the day on Monday. A weak trough manages to slip through with the eastern high breaking and the western high still not fully in control. Rain coverage will increase a little with about 20 to 30 percent coverage. Those that end up with the showers will have potential for slightly less hot temperatures. Wednesday we can expect the western high to be fully in control drying us out once again and allowing temperatures to warm up into the middle 90s for the end of the week.
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- Meteorologist Nicondra Norwood
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