After strong storms moved through the region and prompting thunderstorm warnings we clear out a little bit this weekend. The ridge that caused the thunderstorms now sinks into the gulf and moves out. A high pressure will take over and give us more stable weather conditions in the atmosphere over the weekend. This will give us some clear skies to start of the day and then allow for clouds and a possible pop up thunderstorm to develop. Any showers we see will be short lived but lighting could still be a hazard. Temperatures will continue to be warm and muggy, starting off in the low 80's and topping off in the low to mid 90's. 

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Current Conditions

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Feels Like: 75° F
High: 92° F
Low: 74° F
Wind: NNW 6 mph
Dewpoint: 71°
Humidity: 88% F
Barometer: 30.11 in. F
Visibility: 10 Miles

7 Day Forecast

75° Clear Feels Like: 75° F
High: 92° F
Low: 74° F
Wind: NNW 6 mph

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