STORM WATCH: Severe thunderstorms possible into overnight; drier and hot on Sunday

Storm Watch Team meteorologist Michele Powers says rain, thunder and even lightning may linger into early overnight but will not be severe. The weather improves Sunday with dry and hot conditions.

News 12 Staff

Jul 2, 2022, 11:22 AM

Updated 740 days ago

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Storm Watch Team meteorologist Michele Powers says rain, thunder and even lightning may linger into early overnight but will not be severe. The weather improves Sunday with dry and hot conditions.
Wind damage is the biggest threat with these storms.
NEXT: A cold front will change wind direction overnight and usher in drier air. Less humid on Sunday but still hot. Same for Independence Day on Monday. Highs well into the 80s, but no extreme humidity.
 Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with rain showers. Highs lower 80s.
Wednesday: Sun and clouds. Highs lower 80s.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with showers. Highs lower-80s.
Friday: Sun and clouds, warmer. Highs middle 80s.
Saturday: Storm chance, warmer upper-80s.


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