Fewer showers, more heat
The day will be mainly sunny early with a quick warmup into the lower 90s. By noontime, vertical clouds will develop and perhaps grow enough to bring an isolated shower or thunderstorm. Although activity is expected to be far less widespread than on Monday, any storms that get wound up could provide heavy downpours and frequent lightning.
The nighttime hours mark an end to showers and a break in clouds. It will remain muggy with lows in the mid-70s.
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