Temperatures in the low 70s with cloudy skies this morning. An isolated shower or storm is possible as well. Patchy to dense fog most likely forming east of the Mississippi River which will reduce visibility. High temperatures will be cooler than average again today, in mid 80s, due to cloud cover and rain/storms. Any precipitation that does develop across the Heartland during the afternoon will produce frequent lightning and very heavy rain. Feel-like temps may be in the low 90s if some peaks of sunshine arrive.
Chances of rain/storms stick around on Friday due to an upper-low and a stationary front near us. A cold front will give us chances for storms over the weekend especially Sunday.
It will be another cool and comfortable relief next week as a drier air mass moves in Monday.