Luckily, humidity will drop behind the cold front by Tuesday.
The National Weather Service in Huntsville is anticipating storms to develop in MS and western Tennessee and push into north Alabama by mid- to late afternoon or evening.
Today: Mostly cloudy, showers/storms late. Rounds of showers and storms keep pushing from west to east across our part of the world. Lows will be around 60.
Saturday: Numerous thundershowers. High 89.
Temps today will be well below average along the coast this afternoon with the numbers holding in the low to mid 60s.
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Wednesday - Mostly sunny with a high around 85. Highs: Mid-70s to low 80s.
EXTENDED: The slight storm chance continues into Sunday with possible morning rain and only an isolated afternoon storm chance.
Next week finally brings some relief with more seasonal temperatures with storm chances returning late Monday into Tuesday. There will be a 50% chance through the day with the possibility of a thunderstorm but as of now we are not expecting those to go severe. It's not until Thursday before less humid air arrives and temperatures cool to the mid 80's.
Gusty southerly winds will howl across most of Kansas again Sunday when highs top-out near 100 degrees under a sunny to partly cloudy sky.