Columbia, SC (WLTX) It's going to be a typical hot summer day in the Midlands Tuesday but we will have another chance for late afternoon showers and/or thunderstorms.

A dissipating stationary front draped over the northern midlands into the Pee Dee region will keep the tropical moisture flowing from both The Gulf of Mexico and The Atlantic, making it another humid day. As we peak daytime heating this afternoon, we will see showers and storms develop. We will reach high temperatures in the low 90s but with dew points again in the mid 70s, heat index temperatures will reach up to if not over 100 degrees.

By tomorrow, the stationary front will be gone and with a southerly flow of tropical moisture, dew points will maintain in the mid 70s. With high temperatures getting up into the mid to upper 90s, heat index temperatures will feel more like 103 to 105 degrees. This will also give us a slight chance for summertime late afternoon pop-up thunderstorms. This will be the weather pattern for the next several days.

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