A weak area of low pressure is generating some instability resulting in isolated thundershowers near the coast in the morning on Wednesday.
As the low shifts north and weakens, upper-level high pressure will dry us out and heat us up through the weekend, and well into next week.
Tonight, expect fair skies warm and steamy with a low of 77.
Wednesday we will have a mix of clouds and sunshine, breezy, hot, and humid, with a high of 94.
Wednesday night will be breezy, warm, and stuffy, with fair skies and a low of 78.
Thursday, expect more sun, very humid, and hotter, with a scorching-hot high of 95.
The heat index will top out near or just above 110 degrees each afternoon.