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UPDATED TUESDAY AFTERNOON.
An upper level disturbance is moving through the region this afternoon. Showers and storms will redevelop this evening in areas west of 1-44 as there's more instability present there. With being said a few storms could be stronger than others. The biggest threats with them will be wind gusts up to 60 mph, small hail, and heavy downpours.
Wednesday will be a drier in fact temperatures and humidity will rise significantly. Highs will be around 90, but with the humidity heat index numbers will be around 100°.
Thursday a cold front moving in out of the northwest could trigger a few stronger storms in the afternoon in areas north of 1-44. Expect it to be another hot and humid day.
Then we will get into a more active pattern with several rounds of showers and storms stretching from Friday through the weekend.