THIS EVENING: Warm and very humid. Temps in the 70s.
OVERNIGHT: Humid with a stray shower. Low 76.
THURSDAY: Scattered showers and storms, mainly midday. Hi 82.
A front will cross the area Thursday, bringing additional showers and storms, first during the morning and mid-day hours. By the afternoon, most of the energy for storms should be to our south, so while a few more storms are possible Thursday evening, the heaviest rain tomorrow should be south of the Mason-Dixon line. The clouds and showers will help keep temperatures down throughout the day with highs only in the low 80s, a big change from the past few days!
Friday will feature a few showers as the initial front pushes east of our area. An upper-level low will move over us Saturday, allowing for additional stray showers to pop up during the afternoon. The latest trends suggest most of the holiday weekend will be dry, with any showers now staying east of our area for the 4th of July. We warm back up and turn more humid by early next week with highs back into the 90s by Tuesday. The next chance for a few storms looks to hold off now until next Wednesday.
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo