WEDNESDAY JUNE 26, 2019 LOCAL4CAST by TRAVIS KLANECKY
After a stormy start to the day for some, clouds and precipitation will move to the east, giving way to more sunshine through the morning. More heat and humidity will be building thanks to breezy south southeast winds of 10 to 20 mph. Look for highs to reach the upper 80s and low to mid 90s with the warmest temperatures in the southwest.
More storms are expected to fire up in far Western Nebraska and Eastern Colorado this afternoon. They will advance through the area tonight. Some severe weather will be possible in western and northern portions of the Local4 viewing area. By the time they push into the Tri-Cities and eastward, they should weaken.
The chances for rain, while not completely gone, will get lower for the rest of the week. Most places will remain dry Thursday through Monday. Winds will remain breezy Thursday though Sunday out of the south, keeping the humidity in place. Highs Thursday will reach the low to mid 90s...warmest southwest. Temperatures crank up a little more Friday and Saturday with highs from the lower 90s northeast to the upper 90s southwest. Sunday may be a degree or two cooler, but still make it to the low to mid 90s in most spots.
The next chance of rain and thunderstorms, however small it is, returns Monday and Tuesday. Highs will feature a small cooldown in the upper 80s and lower 90s.