The main storm track and upper jet is located well north into southern Canada, which is a normal position for June.
High pressure over the southeast region will help to suppress moisture and allow afternoon temperatures to rise over the weekend.
The afternoon highs will reach the upper 80’s and low 90’s both today and tomorrow.
We don’t expect to see much in the way of scattered thunderstorms, however they may be a few isolated storms develop in the afternoon and evening hours.
Overall chances of getting wet are around 10% through Sunday.
We expect to begin to see more in the way of scattered afternoon storms by Monday and this may continue through next week.