A few showers passed through the area this morning, but most of us have seen breaks in the clouds through the afternoon. Another round of showers and storms looks to arrive this evening, just as has happened the last few evenings, with rain ending and skies remaining mostly cloudy through the overnight.
Saturday looks to be very similar to what we have seen today with the best chance for showers and storms in the evening hours. If clouds clear out as forecast, we should easily make it to the low 90s, but if clouds linger, it will be a struggle to get to 90.
Outside of a pop-up shower or storm, we will be dry on Sunday as high pressure finally re-exerts control over the area. It will completely take over on Monday with highs in the middle 90s, where they will stay until the holiday weekend. Rain chances are less than ten percent for Monday through Wednesday, but a weak boundary will slide south Thursday and the Fourth of July to allow for some stray to isolated showers and storms. We will keep an eye on this for Fourth of July festivities next weekend.
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