Another night of stormy weather in the central U.S. resulting in big winds and high humidity here.
As the low moves northeast and upper-level high-pressure approaches from the Gulf our winds will drop off significantly and we will introduce isolated showers back into the forecast for the first time in two and a half weeks.
Wednesday will be windy again with mostly cloudy skies mixed with some afternoon sunshine hot and humid and a high of 92.
Wednesday night expect lots of clouds decreasing winds very warm and sticky with a low of 79.
Thursday we will have isolated showers only otherwise noticeably less wind sweltering heat and a high of 93.
The heat index will top 100 degrees each afternoon.