Updated by Meteorologist Scott Sabol
This morning’s cold front brings us the best chance for a passing shower or thunderstorm in the morning. By afternoon, shower chances diminish significantly. The front slips east by mid-afternoon, so if you don’t see any significant rain by then, you’ll need to keep the watering can employed through the weekend.
A second system will approach from the southwest on Monday and Tuesday or next week, but it’s entirely possible that it slides too far south to be much help. Stay tuned.
June temperatures across the country have been above average for the most part.
The core of the heat was in the central US. If this trend continues, our heat will occur in bursts with a handful of 90+ degree days.