Hot and humid for Sunday; highs in the 90's. T-storms will develop by late afternoon.

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Storm coverage will increase this afternoon, with a few showers possible around lunchtime in our eastern counties, followed by greater storm coverage west of I-75 late this afternoon into the evening. Some of the storms could be strong to severe with gusty winds, frequent lightning, torrential rain, and small hail.

Even with rain-cooled air in the afternoon, highs climb into the low 90s this afternoon, with heat indices running closer to 95-98° between 2-6 p.m.

Weather Forecast, May 24, 2015. WTSP

On Monday, Memorial Day we will see 50% coverage for the entire 10 News Viewing area between 3 p.m. - 10 pm.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be slightly drier with a 20% - 30% coverage of storms. Thursday and Friday will be mostly sunny and dry with only isolated inland storms.

HISTORICAL TRACKS: The hurricane season starts June 1, but it's not uncommon to have storms in May

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