While temperatures remain just below the seasonal average today in the lower 80s, a weak system is set to push through and could spark a few widely scattered showers or storms in the afternoon with otherwise mainly cloudy skies.
The heat will start to build in this weekend and sets us up for a stretch of above average temperatures with more humid dew points. Highs will be near 90 through the weekend and into early next week with spotty storms possible as multiple weak system move through.
The best chance of rain at this point looks to be along a round Saturday morning with spotty showers in the late afternoon then another batch that stays mainly north on Sunday.
The heat index will also be in the 95-100° range so plan ahead for any outdoor activities. This hot pattern looks to break mid-week next week. - Lindsey Monroe