A few storms early then humidity crashes behind a cold front

A STORM AROUND

A few storms are developing ahead of a cold front that's sagging south Tuesday evening.

Showers and few storms are possible this evening but most of us will miss out. Any storm could produce blinding rain but coverage will be limited to about 25 percent. The rain threat will diminish quickly this evening and any rain chance will end before midnight.

ANOTHER 90-DEGREE DAY

We reached 90-degrees again Tuesday marking the 19th 90-degree day of 2018 and we aren't even to mid-July. 2018 now ranks among the top 10 (#9) on record for the most 90s so early in a year.

After another 90-degree day and a heat index nearing 100-degrees there is another temporary drop in the humidity underway. Winds will freshen up from the northeast later tonight and the dew point will dive! It will feel much more refreshing here early Wednesday morning!