First Alert: Muggy and humid out today

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(KFVS) - Scattered showers over southern Illinois are finally beginning to dissipate.

Chief Meteorologist Grant Dade says new thunderstorms are developing on the western side of this boundary across southeast Missouri.

Most areas will still be hot and dry but thankfully we are seeing relief to more areas than we expected to see this time yesterday.

Temperatures this evening outside the scattered showers will slowly fall through the 80s. Lows by morning will be in the upper 60s.

Another day to go outside and sweat! (Source: KFVS)
Another day to go outside and sweat! (Source: KFVS) ((Source: KFVS))

Thursday looks to be partly sunny and very hot for this time of the year. There will be a chance for a few pop-up storms. Highs will reach the lower to middle 90s.

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