Lows this morning dropped to 54-59, followed by highs of 82-88 this afternoon.
Dew points & relative humidity levels were at their lowest levels for June since 2012.
Relative humidity dropped to as low as 14% with 82-88 temperatures & 35-45 dew points.
A passing isolated sprinkle/shower or two (20%) is possible with line/band of cumulus along cold front late this evening-tonight. This will occur as current extremely low dew points in the 30s & 40s (with 80-87 area-wide now) rise to the 50s.
Then, a few isolated showers (25%) are possible late tonight-Saturday morning as shortwave rides the front southeastward.
Lows of 53-60 are expected from far north to south.
Otherwise, Saturday looks partly cloudy (with cumulus clouds) with highs 71-77 with northeast wind 10-20 mph.
Tomorrow night looks cool with skies becoming clear with a light northeast to east-northeast wind & lows 46-53.
Sunday looks great with highs 73-80 with lots of sunshine, but very low humidity.
Warm front should pass through area Monday with sunshine & some clouds with 82-87, followed by sunshine & 85-90, but still low humidity Tuesday.
90s overspread the viewing area mid to late next week, but the humidity does not look to get too much out of hand until Friday.
It looks like a dry heat for much of the week with heat indices current not being much above the actual air temperatures.
A few storms are possible Friday afternoon-evening, then a few more storms are likely Saturday.
Right now, the main corridor of stronger mid & upper level winds for organized severe weather is northwest of the area, but enough intense heating & CAPE warrents mention of pulsey multi-cell clusters with isolated severe gust risk. We will monitor.
June 23-26 shows a tendency for multiple waves of showers & storms with organized severe weather risk.
These waves may organized into MCSs or complexes of storms along a stalled surface front on the periphery of the hot upper ridge.
We look very warm to hot & humid with welcome, needed rainfall.