Surface high pressure is driving weather conditions across the eastern half of the country.
Disturbances are located under the envelope of the high pressure ridge and will have an impact on our weather over the next 7 days across the southeast.
Partly cloudy and humid weather conditions will dominate the weather through the holiday weekend.
The combination of daytime heating and disturbances will produce a daily chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms across the region.
The overall chances of rain are not too high, with some indication of the higher rain chances over the eastern sections of the state.
Due to the scattered nature of the activity, we don’t expect any rain to last in any one location for an extended period of time.
Outdoor activities could be at risk for short periods of time through Monday as the scattered storms develop and move through the area.
Temperatures are expected to remain above normal with afternoon highs reaching 90 or higher in most locations.