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Warm & Humid; Lightning Storms Overnight/Tomorrow

Saturday, August 18, 2018 - University Meteorologist, Dr. Kevin Kloesel

Mostly sunny, warm and humid. A break from the lightning storms today, but those will be back in the forecast overnight tonight into Sunday. With our recent heavy rains, any storm on an area that has already received heavy rain this week will quickly result in flooding. First day of school Monday looks beautiful with a high temperature in the middle 80s.

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