After a few light morning showers, the pattern has turned dry. High pressure will be building through the rest of today keeping clouds from building tall enough for rain shower development. With the added sunshine we’ve had a chance to warm into the upper 70s or low 80s across the forecast region. Due to the drier air influx, we have a lower dewpoint making it a more comfortable day.
The weather through the next several days will remain mostly dry. High pressure will begin to break down through the end of the week, but it will be a slow move. What this means for us is we will have slightly increasing rain chances each afternoon. Clouds will build, and a few isolated rain showers or thundershowers will get going in the afternoons, especially towards the end of the week. The storms that do develop looks to remain sub-severe and will be your typical shower and storm pattern for the summer months. The pattern takes a more active turn as a low moves closer over the weekend. Showers and storm chances will get higher and a couple of fronts will cross the region. The subsequent cold front will cool us down and cut the humidity by the start of next week.