Our late-day dousing has moved away, but humidity is here to stay. A toasty one replete with more storm chances is ahead tomorrow.
The Beltway should be clear by 7 p.m., though potentially heavy rain could continue in the eastern, southern suburbs through 8 p.m.
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Torrential rain caused massive landslides in the Hiroshima Prefecture of Japan early Wednesday morning.
As if the situation around St. Louis wasn't tense enough, temperatures will rise to scorching levels for five days.
An area of thunderstorms in the Atlantic has a good chance of becoming the season's third named storm.
The gorgeousness of last week is gone. But the Dog Days of August remain mostly missing in action, other than a sampling of humidity.
We may get lucky and see the best chance of showers and storms hold off until after 9 p.m. or so. But that is not a guarantee.
Another warm, somewhat sticky day is lined up for Wednesday, with a higher chance for rain.
Torrential rains sweeping through the Phoenix area, especially on its north side, have caused extensive flooding in the region and required numerous swift water rescues.