Shower and thunderstorm chances are much lower (20%) for Friday. We'll see mainly sunny skies by the afternoon and highs will climb into the lower 90's.
Highs will be in the low 90s Saturday as a front approaches the region, and upper 80s Sunday and Monday as the front creeps east across the area. As of now, there is a 40% chance for a thunderstorm Saturday, but most of the daytime hours look dry with most of the activity holding off until Saturday evening.
We'll see the chances for scattered thunderstorms (60%) going up Sunday and on the 4th of July Monday. No washout expected, but you'll likely have to dodge a thunderstorm or two this holiday weekend as you make outdoors plans to celebrate with friends and family.
Enjoy your Friday!
- Meteorologist Chris Larson
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