TODAY: Isolated thunderstorms look possible for areas east of US 63 through 10AM. We'll see a mix of clouds and sun this morning, becoming mostly sunny this afternoon. Dew points will be slightly higher today making it feel a bit more muggy. High temperatures will reach the low 90s, with a heat index of 99-100. A Heat Advisory is not expected.
TONIGHT: It will be a quiet evening with light south/southwest winds under 8 mph. It will stay humid with temperatures in the mid 70s overnight.
EXTENDED: Sunday will bring a better chance for storms in the morning hours between 3AM and 9AM. Areas west of US 63 could see heavy rainfall and storms capable of producing damaging winds. This cold front looks to stall south of I-70 in the afternoon. We're under Marginal Threat for severe weather on Sunday. Storms in the afternoon could be strong to severe capable of producing damaging winds and bringing heavy rainfall. This looks to be mainly south of I-70 during the day. A stronger cold front will arrive by Monday night. This cold front will once again bring scattered showers and storms in the forecast, but also cooler weather. Highs Tuesday into Wednesday are expected to only be in the low to mid 80s. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17stormtrack on Twitter.