Showers and storms have been scattered in nature today, but there are still plenty of rain showers and storms working through this afternoon and evening. We will see the rain taper off through the early overnight with more rain arriving again Friday morning. Just like today, we will see periods of rain and a peek or two of sunshine through the afternoon hours to warm us into the low and mid 80s.
Our upper level low that is responsible for the clouds and rain should start to die off Friday and finish off Saturday, meaning Saturday is the last best chance day to see rain showers and storms. An isolated shower or storm is possible Sunday, especially in the afternoon, and then we transition to more summertime style pop-up storms in the afternoons.
Monday looks to be the last best chance at those even as Tuesday through Thursday could remain dry for the most part. I am going to leave a ten percent chance of rain in the forecast of now because we will be so hot and humid that storms could fire, but at the moment, I believe our rain chance is less than ten percent each of those days. Highs will return to the low 90s by Tuesday and stay there into the latter portions of next week as high pressure takes over again.
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