As we head into the evening, most communities will stay dry with warm conditions. Overall, we'll see partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will drop into the 70s before falling near 60 degrees overnight.
And if you are jumping into the car and heading out of town, the weather looks good unless you re heading east. The cold front that triggered a few showers earlier is heading that way too.
Saturday will be nice with partly cloudy skies with highs near 80. Low humidity will ensure that it's another pleasant day and a great start to the weekend. Increasing clouds late Saturday can be expected.
Sunday, showers could begin as soon as midday and will become likely into the evening. Highs will again be in the upper 70s. Heavy rain is expected to arrive late Sunday into Monday.
FOURTH OF JULY
As it stands now, rain is in the forecast for Monday. In fact, it could be heavy at times especially in the front half of the day. We still have a chance for rain right into the early evening as well. Most indicators are showing at least a 60 to 70 percent chance for rain into the evening hours. I would start to plan to have ponchos and umbrellas ready for morning parades and be ready in the evening as well. Highs will only end up in the mid 70s on the Fourth.
Dry and mild
Mostly sunny start
Late day clouds
More humid but dry
Isolated AM shower
Showers mainly after noon
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