No big changes are ahead in the forecast as we end the week and go into the last few days of June. Little to no large scale changes in the upper-level pattern are on the way, so our weather will be driven each day by surface features, including leftover boundaries from the previous evening’s storms. There will be a few isolated features that drive some storms for Saturday and Sunday but overall, look for scattered showers and storms with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s.
By Sunday, the pattern gets fairly boring, with those upper-level features talked about above being mainly absent. Look for more isolated showers and storms with less widespread coverage for the end of the weekend and the start of next week on Monday.
As we approach midweek (which may be the end of the work week for some of you taking a long July 4th holiday), weather doesn’t change too much. Scattered showers and storms popping up with highs in the low 90s. Same can be said for the Fourth of July, with summer showers and hot temperatures expected.