Good Monday, folks. Our extended Fourth of July holiday weekend rolls on, with just one more day before the big day. The weather is about what you would expect for this time of year, with steamy temps and scattered storms.
Highs Monday will generally run from the mid- to upper 80s, with a mix of sun and clouds. Isolated showers and storms will be possible, especially in the afternoon and evening:
Our Fourth of July forecast is similar, but with a slightly increased chance of some storms. The NAM shows the most likely chance during the middle of the day into the early evening. Here’s a simulated radar from the model for Tuesday afternoon:
Storm chances increase during the second half of the week, and some of these storms could be strong. This action comes from a system working in from the west:
A potent cold front follows that into the start of the weekend, with much cooler and drier air coming in behind that. This could last into early next week:
Have a magnificent Monday and take care.