(KFVS) - Good morning it is Thursday, July 11.
Dew points will continue to decrease through the day as a cold front moves to the southeast.
Lisa Michaels says this will allow more comfortable conditions today and heading into the weekend. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s.
There is a small chance of scattered showers/storms in our southeastern counties during the afternoon that could form along the front.
Dry conditions with sunny skies will stay around through the weekend. Temperatures will warm up on Saturday back into the mid 90s, but it will not feel as sticky.
We will track a possible tropical cyclone that may bring rain to the Heartland in the beginning of next week.
Dew point levels increase during this time so it will feel muggy with higher heat index values again.
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