Change is coming to the area.
At least when it comes to the weather.
A fourth straight day with a heat index around 100 degrees on Thursday will mark the end of the Labor Day week hot streak.
A Heat Advisory is in effect from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Thursday.
An approaching cold front will begin to move through the region late Thursday afternoon into the evening.
Isolated, severe thunderstorms will accompany the front, which will bring about a break in the heat. Some of the storms, which will arrive after 4 p.m., will contain heavy rain and gusty winds.
The widely scattered storm activity will wrap up by around midnight.
Friday will be comfortable and much cooler with a high temperature in the low-70s under mostly cloudy skies. There will be a chance of rain throughout the day into the early evening.
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Saturday will be partly sunny with a high in the low-70s.
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