- Stay well hydrated
- Wear light clothing
- Limit direct sunlight
- Check on neighbors and the elderly
- Be sure pets have plenty of fresh water
- Work outdoors early or late in the day.
Although scattered showers and storms will be possible at times Tuesday afternoon and evening, the greatest severe threat may evolve late into the overnight into early Wednesday morning, the weather service said.
“The primary threat will be damaging winds,” the NWS said, with gusts around 60 mph possible.
The NWS warns that straight line winds can affect large areas and knock over semitrucks, trees and powerlines, and can cause damage to buildings. People should stay indoors and away from windows.
It will be hotter Wednesday with a high near 92 degrees and more showers and storms expected, the NWS said.
There is a chance of more showers and thunderstorms Wednesday night. The overnight low will be around 74 degrees.
The hot and wet weather continues into Thursday, which will be even hotter with a high temperature near 94 degrees expected, according to the NWS.
There is a chance of showers before noon, then a chance of showers and thunderstorms between noon and 2 p.m. Showers are likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 2 p.m. Thursday evening showers are likely mainly before 9 p.m. under partly cloudy skies with an overnight low around 72 degrees.
Rain chances continue through Friday, which will be cooler with a high near 89 degrees. There is a chance of showers before 9 a.m., then a chance of showers and thunderstorms between 9 a.m. and noon, followed by showers and possibly a thunderstorm after noon..
The weekend is expected to remain dry with highs in the mid-80s.