Highs today ran in the 80s to lower 90s in the viewing area today with heat indices of 90 to as high as around 100.
A few storms in Fountain, Montgomery & Clinton counties this evening dumped torrential rain this evening. An area of southeastern Montgomery County saw up to 3.7" of rainfall in 1.5 hours. Flood Advisory continues there as of 10:15 p.m.
Outflow boundaries from storms this afternoon & evening over the region drifting around will serve as foci for new storms tomorrow.
They will be pulse multi-cell storms that will potentially gell into a few small messy lines. There is the risk of a wet microburst or two. Locally-heavy rainfall is possible from some cells as they will be slow movers.
It may take a while to get going. They may not pop until late afternoon-evening.
A weak remnant MCV may keep some storms popping into tomorrow night, but they should still be scattered.
Scattered storms are possible Friday mid to late afternoon & into the evening with outflow boundary around.
An isolated pulsey severe storm or two cannot be ruled out (wet downburst risk).
Scattered storms are likely Saturday with a few Sunday.
Monday looks dry, but some MCSs in "The Ring of Fire"could impact our area mid to late next week with better severe risk.
Below normal temperatures should follow in mid-July, followed by late month heat-up with high humidity & storm risk.
Below normal temperatures & above normal rainfall should dominate early August, it still appears.
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