PM Update: Cooler for now, but not for long
Storms tomorrow? Heat reloads for late-week attack
Clouds and somewhat numerous (albeit mainly light) showers have helped keep things a bit cooler today. Highs mostly hit the upper 70s and lower 80s with many spots losing a few degrees as showers pass by. The rain risk stays with us tomorrow and we introduce the chance of some bigger storms late in the day. By Thursday and Friday, the heat will be recharging across the region, setting the stage for another summery weekend.
Tomorrow (Wednesday): Mostly cloudy skies rule the day on Wednesday, and we'll also have to be on the lookout for showers and thunderstorms. Though we could see rain pretty much anytime during the day, the afternoon and evening should be prime targets as usual. Some of the late-day storms could be strong to severe. Highs will be limited again by clouds, but look for them to rise to the mid-80s most spots.
Soccer and snow? Snow is predicted in South Africa later this week, and local forecasters are saying it may impact England v. Algeria on Friday. Though given the stadium's low elevation, the match probably won't feature flakes falling. It has already been somewhat cold and stormy recently -- snow was reported on Table Mountain yesterday into this morning.
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