We’ve already seen some pop-up showers and t-storms today that are efficient rain-makers! More of these storms with locally heavy rain at times will continue to pop up here and there into the afternoon and early evening as a weak cold front slides into the area. Although a better risk for severe weather is to our south, there is the slim chance we could see a few stronger/severe t-storms with gusty winds before sun-down, especially along and south of HWY 460. Large hail and tornadoes are not looking likely. After a hot day with highs in the 80s for most, tonight will gradually become mainly clear with lows in the 60s after the front slides out of the area.
Abundant sunshine and again warm temps in the upper 70s to mid 80s are expected Monday, with only the very slim chance of a pop-up shower. Most will be dry to begin the work week. Rain chances will remain little to none for the first part of next week as high pressure sits in control. This high will begin to slide off-shore by late week, allowing for a return of the humidity and unsettled weather with scattered showers and t-storms possible by July 4th on Thursday. Highs will remain in the 80s and lows in the 60s through next week for most. Stay tuned!