Drying out with warmer temperatures ahead
After a soggy week of weather there are some improvements in the short term along with moderating temperatures.
The weekend will start with a bit more sunshine, however there will still be some clouds to contend with. Weak energy will sweep through the area Saturday afternoon and with little moisture and instability to work on a few isolated showers are possible.
High temperatures will climb into the upper 70s to lower 80s.
Sunday, temperatures will be warmer and closer to normal for late June with readings in the low 80s.
Moisture will start to increase on Sunday as a warm front advances toward the state.
A weak disturbance will track through leading to the chance of an isolated shower or thunderstorm mainly north of I-80.
High pressure over the Great Lakes will funnel in drier air so coverage will be fairly low and nothing widespread is expected and much of the area may remain dry.
As moisture increases, so does the humidity.
Humidity levels on Saturday will be fairly low for June's standards. You may notice a little bit, but overall it'll be comfortable.
Sunday dew point temperatures will start to inch up and by early next week it will start to feel more uncomfortable.
Along with the added moisture, more widespread shower and thunderstorms chances are expected Monday and Tuesday.