After storms pounded parts of eastern Oklahoma Wednesday, the system that brought the rain won't provide much relief from soaring temperatures. Thursday afternoon highs will be near the normal mid-July reading of 94. The temperature will be closing in on 100 Friday and Saturday, but it doesn't look like we will be dealing with record heat (Friday: 108, Saturday: 106). However, with higher humidity, heat index values will push the "feels like" temperature to 105-108. Sunday, the first in series of fronts will arrive late in the day a few storms are possible, but the chance for rain looks very low...only around 20 percent at this time.