Hazy conditions continue due to smoke in the atmosphere from wildfires in Western Ontario. The smoke is too high up to affect air quality but will give us a more vibrant sunset for the next few nights.
Temperatures and humidity will be on the rise Wednesday. Highs in the 80s but will feel a few degrees warmer; mostly sunny skies.
An approaching cold front Thursday will bring scattered showers and thunderstorms off and on with the best chance in the evening. Some storms could produce heavy rainfall in spots.
Friday we’ll be dropping back into the 70s with a partly cloudy day. Lower 80s both days this weekend and things will be quiet until Tuesday (7/16) when we’ll have another chance for scattered thunderstorms.