After this string of dry days is your yard now in need of a drink? We'll go for seven days in row without rain tomorrow. (The longest stretch of the year.) It will be humid and very warm again tomorrow with highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s. The wind will pick up and clouds will begin increasing during the second half of the day.
We'll be cutting it close to get in a seventh full day without a drop of rain. A cold front will usher in a broken line of storms to our west late Monday. We should be able to hold off the scattered showers and storms until after midnight. Tuesday will feature the best chances for storms. The severe threat will be low, but heavy rain and very localized flooding concerns will be possible. A leftover storm can't be ruled out Wednesday. Then we'll enter another dry and quiet stretch that will run through the end of the week. The front will knock temperatures and the humidity down a few pegs. August will begin with near-normal temperatures.