Tracking Possible Storms, Heat Wave

After a typical summerlike day Monday, expect possible storms and a likely heat wave as the week continues. NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Bill Henley tells us what to expect.

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A typical July day Monday, after morning temps in the 60s, afternoon readings will peak in the 80s.
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There have been a few showers around in the morning and there is a chance of a few more Monday afternoon.
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The weather takes a much hotter and more humid turn in the coming days. We will likely have our fourth heat wave of the year.
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In addition to the high heat and humidity, the chances for showers and thunderstorms will be increasing for the rest of the work week. The first of the storms may develop Tuesday afternoon.
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The heat wave breaks for Friday, but the chance of wet weather will continue through Friday night.
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