A stout, upper-level ridge of high pressure has kept a strong grip on the forecast, providing unseasonably warm temperatures for most of this week. Very little change is expected until the weekend arrives.
Southerly winds will allow for warm, humid afternoons until the lead disturbance from a large storm system to our west enters on Saturday. Scattered showers and storms will be possible through the weekend.
Beyond Sunday, the evolution of that storm system will have a strong bearing on how long the rain chances stay with us. While scattered storms appear possible, those rain chances could drop dramatically should that system stall to our west. Some changes may be needed to the forecast for early next week.