Dave Nussbaum/WWLTV Meteorologist
The less humid air will be going away today as southerly winds replace the northerly winds. We will also have a lot more cloud cover thanks to a disturbance NW of Louisiana. This same system will also send some spotty showers our way this afternoon. High temperatures will only get into the upper 80s.
The clouds will stick around tonight and it will become muggy again. Lows will be in the lower to mid 70s.
More humid weather returns on Friday along with some isolated showers and thunderstorms as the disturbance moves closer to us. Even more rain and storms are in the forecast for Saturday and Sunday. The weekend will not be a washout, but you will need to keep your umbrella with you.
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