Thanks to a stalled out boundary and series of weak low pressure systems this weekend has been cloudy and cool with a few scattered showers and a easterly breeze, today we will continue the trend with perhaps a bit more sun and clearing this afternoon, highs will be in the mid 70s to low 80s.
Tonight should clear out with lows falling into the mid 50s to low 60s
Monday we will begin to get a bit warmer and a bit more humid, mostly dry conditions besides an isolated shower will prevail with highs in the upper 70s to mid 80s and lows in the upper 50s to mid 60s
By Tuesday and beyond through the weekend as a series of troughs and disturbances attempt to approach the area , a dominant southwest flow will take over with gradually increasing chances of rain and thunderstorms with near seasonable temperatures in the 80s and humid conditions.
Tuesday and at least part of Wednesday should be mostly dry with just some scattered showers maybe an extremely isolated thunderstorm but the disturbances will begin to get stronger and more robust by Thursday through Sunday with on and off rounds of scattered to widespread showers and thunderstorms , it won’t be a washout but the chances for storms will be in the forecast just about every day.
This pattern is expected to stay in place through early next week as a very amped up pattern for this time of year sets up a ridge in the west, deep trough over the Central US and a battle zone over the east coast with stormy conditions and under control temperatures near to slightly below average, to solidly below average when these troughs swing eastward and bring in the cool Canadian air masses such as this weekends but I believe the storminess will be the dominant feature of this pattern through the remainder of the summer