TODAY: This morning we could see a few spot showers that will move through the western portions of the viewing area. These will have little impact on our day, and they'll begin clearing for the afternoon. Humidity will be significantly lower than it has been these past few days, and temperatures will warm into the upper 80s.
TONIGHT: It will be a fantastic night for shooting off fireworks (legally of course) as conditions will remain calm. Partly cloudy skies will dominate as temperatures fall into the low 70s.
EXTENDED: Humidity will remain low as we close out the weekend, but will return in full force to start our first full week in July. Highs will be near 90 degrees each day, but with that humidity, heat index values will be pushing closer to the mid and upper 90s. There are small chances for unorganized storms to pop up each day this week, but there's no organized pattern within sight. This very July-like pattern will stick with us through the week into next weekend with little measurable rain for most locations.