June 28, 2016 Updated: 10:55 PM
The sky is clear and winds are calm tonight. Temperatures will be dropping through the 50's and expect patchy fog to develop by morning. Those favored cooler locations and low lying valleys will be dipping into the 40's.
High pressure will move to our east on Wednesday, but will still be the main influence on our weather. The day will feature a mainly sunny sky while temperatures warm up a bit more, with highs in the upper 70's. Dew points will remain fairly low, so it will be another comfortable day. A cold front will be sliding south from Canada Wednesday night, bringing increasing clouds and the chance of a shower by Thursday morning. Current timing would bring the front through our area during the day, making for a mostly cloudy sky and high shower and storm chances. Rainfall amounts don't look to be excessive, but they will be higher in the vicinity of any storms. Instability looks to be on the lower side, as does the severe threat. Highs will be in the 70's. Any showers and storms will begin to move out at night, as another high arrives from Canada. This system will be our primary influence through the holiday weekend.
Friday will be mainly sunny and very comfortable. Dew points will have dropped again, with highs in the pleasant mid 70's. There will be some warming as we head into and through the weekend, with a return to some 80 degree temperatures by Sunday. We will be watching a few systems that will be around the area, but as of now it continues to look like a dry forecast for us right through the Fourth of July holiday.
-Meteorologist Darren Maier