Temperatures this weekend will be hovering around the 90° mark with mostly sunny starts to each of our weekend days and some spotty storms in the afternoon.

There is an area of high pressure off the coast of the Carolinas that will be responsible for providing some low-level moisture and we may see some afternoon storms pop up in the heat. There is also a large ridge of high pressure in the west that will see some rain move in from the northwest but nothing too organized until late Sunday.

The storms on Sunday will be late in the day, so if you have plans for the weekend, Saturday looks to be a better day than Sunday. This computer model, our Baron Model, has most of the storms staying north and west on Sunday.

Scattered showers and storms will continue on Monday as moisture continues to arrive from the southeast. Expect a couple of dry days on Tuesday and Wednesday as the mercury in the thermometer pushes back over 90.

The hot weather will continue into the end of the work week with spotty showers and storms pop and drop both Thursday and Friday.

Stay Safe,

John Carroll
Chief Meteorologist