FIRST ALERT FORECAST: KPLC 7News at Noon - 12 p.m. - August 12, 2020

Dust off the umbrella if you’ll be out and about this afternoon as you made need it through sunset. Storms quickly come to an end by early evening with another quiet evening and good conditions for checking out the Perseid meteor shower again tonight. The pattern returns again on Thursday with hot and humid conditions in the morning ahead of scattered thunderstorms again during the afternoon. With a well-established onshore wind, the sea breeze will be the main driver of our daily afternoon rain chances for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. In the meantime, hot and humid temperatures will continue with highs in the lower to middle 90s and heat index values up to 105 each day

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: KPLC 7News at Noon - 12 p.m. - August 12, 2020