As the upper low pressure system finally (and slowly) exits to our east, we’ll see calmer weather for the weekend.
While no organized rainfall is in the forecast, there’s a chance a stray shower or thunderstorms could develop with peak daytime heating but even this appears to be a remote chance for both Saturday & Sunday.
Humidity will still be high for this week so expect muggy mid-80s that probably feel more like the low 90s.
Looking ahead, a weak cold front will move into our area on Sunday evening with drier and cooler weather expected for next week. Not only a drop in humidity but also a drop in temperatures. Mornings may be cool with 50s and highs may be in the 70s.
Overall, a welcome break from the nonstop active weather that seems to have dominated most of May and early June.