Another hot one for the second half of the weekend!
SUNDAY: Mostly to partly sunny. Becoming breezy. Isolated showers and downpours are possible after 4PM 30%. High of 88 (85-91). Winds out of the south, southwest at 5-15 mph.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and downpours 80%. Low of 62 (60-65). Winds out of the south, then west at 5-10 mph.
MONDAY: Lingering showers in the morning 40% AM. Showers mainly east of I-81. Rain gives way to gradually clearing skies. High of 74 (70-76). Low of 48.
After a beautiful summer day, conditions remain warm throughout the evening. Clear skies will be sticking around for the majority of the overnight hours. It won’t be until predawn when patches of fog may develop in some of the valleys.
Sunday starts off mild with mainly sunny skies in place. Temperatures quickly jump up into the 80s and 90s by the afternoon. Clouds start to thicken during the second half of the day as a trough approaches the region. The surface trough will be enough of a forcing mechanism to help isolated showers and downpours develop. Not everyone will see rain during the daylight hours necessarily, but everyone should keep an eye on the sky just in case.
The better chance for rain comes later Sunday night as the main cold front pushes through. The front will lead to intermittent rain showers into Monday morning before eventually tapering.
The rest of the 7-Day forecast is relatively dry. Yet, we are tracking the potential for a damp start to the Fourth of July weekend.
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