The only real change between yesterday and today will fewer isolated rain showers. Temperatures will still be hot but will run a few degrees cooler. We will end up in the lower 90s as the current heat ridge continues to hang tough. Humidity is also present, and you’ll notice it outside. The chance for isolated rain showers is small, but a few may get going with the heat later today. Although, if you stay dry all day, don’t be surprised.
High pressure and heat continue to dominate the forecast meaning dry weather continues. Temperatures will continue to push to the low 90s or upper 80s each afternoon and we don’t see that pattern breaking anytime soon. Rain chances remain minimal each day with only a small chance for isolated pop-ups, at least until a cold front next week. The front will arrive around Monday and will deliver slightly cooler air, and a little less humidity. Regardless, this will not be a typical fall front, in that, we will not cool significantly, nor will there be a lot of precipitation. The best we can hope for is a few rounds of showers and a short-lived cool down to at least change the pattern temporarily.