Forecast: Summer-like humidity continues Thursday
Another day of heat and humidity is expected before a push of drier air arrives for the weekend.
Above normal temperatures in the low 90s will continue with humidity making it feel more like the mid and upper 90s for Thursday. Inland showers and storms are possible for the afternoon as the coast remains mainly dry again.
By Thursday night, a weak cold front will approach the area, leading to shower chances for everyone, although coverage looks low. Model data brings this front in a bit earlier than yesterday’s solutions, so there is a possibility that Friday is dry for most. If anything, a few showers could linger across Collier through midday.
Behind this front, temperatures remain unchanged, but humidity levels will drop enough to lower rain chances and overnight temperatures back into the mid and upper 60s. This may be the last front of the season, as a robust southerly flow returns by the middle of next week.
Along with that will come a return of daily showers and storms with highs flirting with 90 for much of the week.