Aside some some patchy fog this morning, your 4th of July holiday looks to be a mainly dry one. The latest forecast models have the stalled out frontal boundary to our east lingering there until tomorrow morning at the earliest. A high pressure system currently localized over the Atlantic will begin moving inland over the next few days, in turn ushering more upper level moisture and isolated rainfall back into region. While temperatures will be a few degrees warmer today, our expected high of 82° will be slightly below the average for this time of the year. The day ahead will be a pleasant one with partly cloudy skies, though we may see some increased cloud cover this evening Conditions should be nearly perfect for your 4th of July celebrations as temperatures fall to a comfortable 72° with mostly cloudy skies. Isolated rainfall may arrive early tomorrow morning, but with slightly warmer temperatures, there will be a better chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms by the afternoon. This trend will ring true throughout the remainder of our extended forecast as afternoon high temperatures climb to a balmy 90° for Monday and Tuesday of next week. On top of the heat, we'll have those isolated rain chances each and every day as well. Our next chance for an actual organized front moving through will come next Thursday morning.