T-Storms, Yes; Tropical Storm, No

Weekend Approaches
The combination of clouds winning out over the amount of sunshine, and hit/miss heavy thunderstorms has kept a lid on high heat thus far.   However, as thunderstorm activity wanes early next week, the heat will build into the mid-90s, along with RealFeel temperatures in excess of 100!  Before then, slow-moving thunderstorms will lend toward isolated flash flooding this evening.   While a thundershower cannot be completely ruled out overnight, most areas will quiet down.

A couple thunderstorms will redevelop over the next few afternoons; otherwise high humidity will remain the name of this game.    Also, keep in mind that while many thunderstorms will be accompanied by torrential downpours, there can be an isolated severe storm with damaging winds and hail.    Specifically, Father’s Day will be hot and humid with an afternoon thunderstorm developing for some.

As mentioned, thunderstorm coverage will likely be pretty small for the first few days of next week, allowing the heat to build.   The pool, pond, backyard hose, water fountain, etc will make great ways to cool down.    Summer officially arrives at 6:07 am edt next Thursday.

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