Upper level high pressure will continue to keep us warm, muggy, and mainly dry through tonight and Thursday. A weak back door front will be close to our area over the next few days, so a FEW stray showers/t-storms before the sun sets this evening, and again tomorrow afternoon will be possible. A few t-storms could have gusty winds, but no wider spread rain is expected until the end of the week.
A second cold front will move in during the Friday-Saturday time period. Friday night, and through the day Saturday, we look to see more sct’d showers/storms, which could bring us some relief. With yards being brown, a good half inch to an inch of rainfall may help out a tad through the first part of the weekend. Just like today, isolated stronger/severe storms can’t be ruled out, but overall, storms should be beneficial for the area. We look to cool down a bit and dry back out for the beginning of next week, with high temps behind the front on Saturday and Sunday in the upper 70s/low 80s.