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We’re in the midst of what’s expected to be the second heat wave of the month of June.

Expect one more day of temperatures around 90 before cooler weather arrives in the tri-state region.

A quick passing shower or two is likely overnight, and a rumble of thunder can’t be ruled out, but the rain won’t do anything to cool us off. Instead, we’ll wake up to temperatures in the 70s and high humidity on Monday morning, setting the stage for another steamy day.

An approaching cold front will trigger thunderstorms Monday evening, and a few showers will persist into the first half of Tuesday.

By dinnertime on Tuesday, we’ll start to notice less humid air moving in with clearing skies, and high temperatures returning to the mid 70s by Wednesday.