EVENING: Sunny, Seasonable with Very Low Humidity. Hi 78.
TONIGHT: Clear Skies. Lo 55.
THURSDAY: Sunny, Mild. Continued Low Humidity. Hi 78.
High pressure will continue to dominate, keeping clouds out of the region as we head into the overnight hours and into the day tomorrow. This will allow for temperatures to drop slightly below average into the mid 50s overnight. Thursday will feature sunshine from start to finish with highs in the mid 80s and that low humidity will stick around.
Slightly warmer and more humid weather is likely by Friday and this weekend. Another front will trigger some showers and storms to our west late Friday, but the best opportunity for a few passing thunderstorms may wait locally until Saturday afternoon/evening.
Dry weather builds in temporarily for Father’s Day and it could hold to start Monday. Heading into early next week, there are signs in the pattern of moisture arriving from the Gulf of Mexico (from the possible future named storm Claudette) and some of this rain could arrive late Monday into Tuesday. This is still a pretty uncertain forecast, but the recent trends have looked good for us to get some beneficial rain.
-Meteorologist Joe Ruch