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A dry and seasonable day on Friday is followed by a warm and humid weekend.
Thursday will have a few clouds but will remain mostly sunny and dry.
Any clouds will dissipate early, leaving a mainly sunny day today with temperatures into the 70s.
Warm and dry weather continues this week.
Warm and dry weather dominates the forecast for the next week.
After a week of hot and humid conditions, cooler Canadian air arrives tonight.
Thursday is the final day with widespread 90-degree weather for a while.
Today will once again be quite uncomfortable outside. But, it should be the last 90-degree day for a little while, meteorologist Dave Epstein reports.
Intense heat and humidity continue this week with temperatures inland feeling around 100 degrees on some days. A heat advisory is in place for much of the area.
It's going to be hot, hazy and humid nearly all week. Any small breaks in the intense humidity also won't last long.
Heat and humidity are in the forecast for the foreseeable future.
With heat and humidity on the way, summer has definitely arrived.
Another nice day today is followed by more humidity Thursday.
Comfortably warm weather continues until the last day of the workweek.
A few showers are possible today, but the building heat is the big story this weekend.
This weekend's weather won't be perfect, but it won't be a washout either.
A weekend with some clouds and a few showers is in the cards, but it's not going to rain a lot.
Clouds increase today with a few overnight showers possible, mostly south.
After Monday's heat and humidity, Tuesday's weather takes a turn for the comfortable.
The record for today is 94, which was set back in 1929.