Sunday: Mostly cloudy and breezy with a 30% chance of isolated showers. Winds: NW 10-20 mph, High: 71 (68-74)
Sunday night: Clearing skies, becoming mostly clear. Winds: NW 5-10 mph, Low: 51 (49-54)
Monday: Mostly sunny with a 10% chance of a late day shower. High: 78, Low: 61
All of this activity is associated with a large upper level trough off to the north, and this will be rotating south towards the Northeast tomorrow. Because of this disturbance, the rain chances won’t be over quite yet, as isolated showers could develop for Sunday. It will also be getting a bit breezy at times, with strong northwest winds ushering in cooler and drier air on the edge of this feature. Highs tomorrow only get into the lower 70’s, with lows Sunday night falling into the lower 50’s.
We catch a break from the humidity to start the week, as the northwest flow persists into Wednesday. Both Monday and Tuesday are looking dry during the day, as temperatures recover back into the 80’s. A quick and fast moving shortwave is going to give us a shot of showers and storms, but it will be confined to Monday night due to it’s speed.
Once we get into the later part of the week, the pattern shifts back to more southerly winds, bringing warmth and humidity back into the picture. This will cause scattered showers and storms to be possible with the heat of the day both Thursday for the 4th of July and also Friday. Highs will reach the middle 80’s, and there is some indication heat index values could climb into the 90’s. By next Saturday, another disturbance brings a cold front through, with higher shower and storm chances to kick off next weekend.