A few isolated showers & t'showers are possible late this afternoon to early evening.
The cumulus clouds should then dissipate after that as weak secondary cold front & lake breeze front move south of the area.
Lows tonight will drop into the comfortable 54-59 as skies clear! Some patches of fog are possible.
Friday looks great with highs 82-87 with low humidity (dew points in the 50s!) with lots of sunshine.
Saturday looks hot, but not humid until late in the day with sunshine & highs 87-93. Heat indices should reach 91-99 late in the day.
Some storms are possible Saturday late evening-night on the periphery of the intensifying heat (along warm front). They will begin in the far north, but then turn more to the southeast & may organize into a cluster to affect a good chunk of the area.
Isolated severe weather cannot be ruled out.
Remnants of Tropical Storm or low-end Category 1 Hurricane Barry will move northeastward & skim by us next week.
This, with approaching cold front will bring some scattered showers & storms with 35-40% coverage.
Heaviest, most widespread rainfall from the system looks to stay south & southeast of our area.
However, some localized heavy amounts of 2" are possible from scattered storms with tropical downpours.
It looks to turn briefly cooler, then hot upper ridging to dominate for a period late month with widespread 90s & heat indices +100.
Cooler, wet weather should arrive & dominate in early August with many days & nights below normal temperature-wise.
A late August period of intense heat is still on the table with drier weather.