Saturday morning starts with patchy fog and temperatures in the mid 70s. Another day of oppressive heat is expected as afternoon temperatures rise to the mid 90s, with high humidity leading to heat indices in the triple digits. EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNINGS and HEAT ADVISORIES remain in effect until 8 PM this evening. A mostly sunny sky is expected with the potential for only a stray shower or two across the Tri-State.
Saturday night will be mainly clear with patchy fog but provide little relief from the heat as lows only fall to the mid 70s again. Sunday will see a partly cloudy sky with scattered showers and storms. High temperatures rise to the mid 90s but will fall quickly in areas that see the rain.
Showers and thunderstorms are likely on Monday under a mostly cloudy sky with a high in the mid 80s. Tuesday will see a few lingering showers in the morning, followed by dry and pleasant conditions for the afternoon as highs top out only around 80 degrees with much lower humidity.
Pleasant conditions continue on Wednesday under a mostly sunny sky with a high in the mid 80s. Heat and humidity begin creeping back up Thursday and Friday as highs reach the upper 80s under a mostly sunny sky both days.
-Meteorologist Andy Chilian