Shower activity so far this morning has been moderate through the valley but that will transition to isolated showers this afternoon. In addition to showers beginning to lighten up, temperatures will top out around 80 degrees (7 degrees below average for this time of the year).
Looking at future radar, a front will move through Wednesday bringing drier air for Thursday and Friday. Until then, cloud cover and isolated shower chances will continue to be in the forecast. By the later half of the week and into the weekend, the general flow will be southern. That means humidity values rise, temperatures rise, and afternoon pop up showers/storms return.
As for the longer term, little positives are in sight. We will more than likely finish out June and enter July above average (likely in the upper 80's and lower 90's). We have been pretty lucky temperatures-wise so far, but that looks to change in the weeks ahead.
That will wrap it up for today but keep the umbrellas handy as showers remain possible this afternoon and again into Wednesday.
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