ST. LOUIS – We’ve had a few showers through the morning hours and the shower and storm chance continues into the afternoon, but the focus for that does shift south as we progress through the day. Showers and storms will be isolated to scattered and not everyone sees rain Sunday.

Thanks to more sunshine, it’ll be hotter than Saturday and still humid with highs close to 90 and heat indices up to the mid 90s.

The heat continues to build for July 4th with highs climbing to the mid 90s and heat indices to 105 degrees. We’ll have mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies and while most, if not all, will stay dry, we can’t completely rule out a stray shower or storm bubbling up in the heat of the afternoon. The fireworks forecast is looking very warm and humid, but dry.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be even hotter with temperatures around 100 and heat indices 105 to 110 degrees. Spot afternoon storms continue to be possible through the work week.