Mark’s Thursday Evening Weather Report

High-pressure will shift back to our west over the next couple of days. This will reduce the overall moisture supply available for thunderstorms.

So instead of scattered or widespread storms we will end up with more isolated storms. The areas most likely to get wet are the southwest and northeast. While we can grab a spot storm in the metro it’s not likely were going to see anything too widespread.

Temps will top out in the low 90s over the next 4 to 5 days. This is pretty much average for this time year.

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