With the humidity, afternoon heat index values will reach the mid to upper 90s.
A few storm chances remain in the mix this week, as several fronts drop through the Ohio Valley!
Towards the end of the week on Friday a frontal system will try to work its way into the ArkLaTex area.
Not much around early this evening on 4Live Radar, but once the sun goes down, our rain chances go up. And there will be quite a bit of water with this push of showers and storms overnight, so rainfall totals could exceed what we picked up yesterday - well over an inch within any thunderstorm.More news: Halo TV Series Set to Have Master Chief as the Lead Character
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Then on Sunday the atmosphere will still be rather juicy to fire off another round of hit or miss showers.
Monday will start off with some fog under partly cloudy skies. While no severe weather is expected, some storms still could produce some heavy rain and gusty winds reducing visibility. Coverage with the showers and storms 30%-40%.
Sunday will be slightly cooler than Saturday because of cloud cover, with highs reaching 90 degrees in Denver. The chance of a few scattered showers or T'storms will continue on Wednesday night with muggy lows in the mid-60s. After some areas of morning fog, some heat and humidity return for Wednesday with highs in the mid-80s.