Few showers, storms possible Tuesday: Hot and humid rest of the week

Few showers, storms possible Tuesday: Hot and humid rest of the week

Few showers, storms possible Tuesday: Hot and humid rest of the week

SUNDAY (Father's Day): Rain chances will begin to increase by afternoon.

TONIGHT | Mostly cloudy skies.

We're pretty much picking up right where we left off this weekend as dry weather prevails to kick off this work week.

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No severe weather is expected tonight, but heavy rain, lightning, and gusty winds are possible with any storms that develop. Highs on Wednesday are again forecast in the low to mid 80s. However, Tuesday will be mostly sunny before the chance for a few scattered showers and storms rumble in late and spill over into Wednesday.

An line of showers moving through Oklahoma will approach the Red River by late morning. Because of the fact will keep the rain chance in and at least more cloud cover, highs may only be in the 80s for the coolest day of the week.

Thursday into the weekend the sunshine returns with highs topping out in the upper 90s with a lot of humidity.

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Meteorologists say temperatures on Tuesday will also be around 5 to 10 degrees warmer than today, with highs back into the mid 70s across the region. There is a complex of showers and storms moving through IL and IN thi which will impact the Miami Valley this afternoon.

West Michigan will have a break overnight from rain showers, but will see them linger into early portions of Sunday morning for some.

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