A heat advisory is out again today for areas south of Highway 60. Highs will be in the lower and middle 90s by early afternoon, and the heat index once again will be in the 100s. Afternoon thunderstorms are possible as well, and a few of them could be strong. This will provide cooling for some, but that will be scattered. Some of the strong storms will be capable of producing really heavy rain with hail and high wind possible. The cold front has slowed some and it now appears it will be through the area tomorrow instead of today. There will be a lull in the action tonight for us, but some more storms will be possible on Thursday. Temperatures will be cooler thanks to more cloud cover in general, likely in the middle 80s. Thursday night could bring some locally heavy rain as some upper energy interacts with the slow-moving front, and this could take us into Friday as well. The chance for scattered showers will continue into Saturday but I don’t think the day will be a wash-out. It will be quite a bit cooler before temperatures rebound early next week. Long-range models show a strong cold front sometime in the middle to late part of next week.