Good morning! A weak south breeze is still not quite drawing moisture off the Gulf of Mexico and our afternoon humidity levels will remain fairly tame. The heat index will be a degree or two higher than the actual temperature, which will be close to 90 once again today. This same pattern will persist for Friday as well, but moisture will increase finally this weekend starting over the western part of Missouri and Arkansas. Within this higher moisture we may see very isolated storms pop up as early as Saturday, while the eastern half (roughly) of the viewing area will remain dry. Temperatures will come up a couple of degrees as well, and especially by Sunday the heat index will be in the middle and upper 90s in some places. Models continue to show a better chance of storms on Labor Day, though it still doesn't look like a rain-out. Our pattern will be more active next week with the potential for a few rounds of storms.