More sun today than I expected based on the GFS model forecast yesterday. (The GFS model was updated by the NWS this past Wednesday.)
Clouds start moving in 2-3 PM. Thunderstorms appearing likely as early as 5 PM and increasingly likely during the period from 5PM to 9 PM.
For Sunday, much of the day rain-free, but thunderstorms again appear likely late afternoon into evening.
A weak and poorly defined pattern typical of summer will make the specifics of the weekend forecast a bit more challenging to nail down.
A weak cold front is expected to sag south later Saturday and allow an area of showers and thunderstorms to move in late Saturday afternoon into the evening. It will be very humid during the day and high temperatures are predicted to be in the low 90s, although the GFS model is suggesting considerable cloudiness which may keep high temperatures somewhat lower.
Showers Saturday evening will taper off towards midnight.
The models are suggesting an unsettled Sunday with considerable cloudiness and a chance of showers, although some breaks of sun are possible. Timing of any showers is uncertain. Most of the day will be rain-free. High temperatures in the mid 80s. Remaining humid.
Heat is expected to return on Monday.
A weak front moves through early Saturday morning and skies will brighten and clear by afternoon as dew points drop to a more comfortable range. High temp on Saturday 86.
Sunday will be sunny and seasonably warm. Some cloudiness moves in later in the afternoon. High 87.
A cold front is moving through this evening and a secondary front moves through on Saturday.
High pressure builds in for both Saturday and Sunday. Fair both days with highs on Saturday 88 and Sunday 83. Dew points lower during the day Saturday and further reduce on Sunday.