A few showers and storms have developed as our cold front is taking its good old time in crossing the viewing area. Storms will come to an end around sunset with the front south of us by the time we wake up on Sunday.
An upper level low will be arriving from our north, as such it will bring with it drier and slightly cooler air. This low will set up right over top of us, which should keep us dry for our Sunday and Monday. As the low moves to our west, or retrogrades, we will return to an active portion of the jet stream and see the chances for rain increase starting on Tuesday with the best chances of rain Thursday (the Fourth) and Friday.
Temperatures will remain in the upper 80s through the middle of the week before we return towards 90 by the end of the week. Overnight lows look to stay in the 60s, with low 60s expected to start off July.