Today, we broke another high temperature record with a high of 104 degrees. The old record was 102 from back in 1954 and 1931. On Friday we tied the record high by two degrees with a high of 106 and on Thursday we tied the record with a high temperature of 104.
More very hot days will be in store for the area over the next several days. Albeit, we will see some isolated to widely scattered showers, thundershowers and thunderstorms (some locally heavy at times) develop across the area due to the high heating of the region. Those areas that do get the showers and storms to develop most likely will miss out on reaching the 100 degree mark. Although, a lot of the area once again will see high temperatures reach into the 100 to 105 range on Sunday. Most high temperatures for the rest of the week will be in the roughly in the 95 to 102 range beyond the isolated to scattered storms. Once again remember, these are just air temperatures that I am talking about so far. Most heat index readings will be well above 100 degrees for at least the next several days. So please be careful out there