Scattered storms usher in summer temps

Scattered storms usher in summer temps

Scattered storms usher in summer temps

Sunday will feature more clouds and scattered showers and thunderstorms. Winds W 5-15 gusting up to 20 miles per hour.

To put the heat-up in perspective.average high temperatures are in the mid-70's. Although Saturday will not be a washout, there could be several rounds of showers and thunderstorms throughout the day.

We are dry this afternoon with sunshine breaking through in spots allowing temperatures to really rise. As a result, from the Lehigh Valley on south highs will reach into the upper 70s, possible low and mid 80s in the Delaware Valley and southern New Jersey.

Next week is on track to start out mild, with temperatures back to the mid to high 70s for most.

High temperatures will be in the upper 80s on Saturday.

The risk for a showers or thunderstorms will stick around early Thursday.

We should end the workweek dry and sunny, but the dew points increase, leading to a muggy stretch of weather for the weekend.

NEXT WEEK: Monday brings partly sunny skies.

Sioux City and the rest of central Siouxland is in a "marginal risk" meaning one or two of the storms could be strong to severe with hail and wind being the main threats tonight. Temperatures will cool down with a low around 48, Sunday night. Tuesday and Wednesday, to be exact. High temps in the lower to mid-80's.

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