Tonight: Increasing clouds with showers and rain arriving late. Low: 63
Independence Day (Saturday): Mostly cloudy and cooler with showers or a period of rain through mid afternoon. High: 70
Saturday Night: A shower in spots early in the evening; otherwise, partly cloudy with areas of fog forming. Low: 62
Tonight the clouds will increase before showers and rain move in. Most of that activity will come after midnight and then continue into Saturday morning. Temperatures will fall into the lower 60s.
For the holiday weekend...there is the chance for some showers and periods of rain on the Fourth of July, but Sunday looks dry. The best chance for showers or a possible thunderstorm on Saturday will be through the early afternoon, but we'll keep the threat for a spotty shower in the forecast through the early evening hours. Firework displays should be fine though with partly cloudy skies overhead. Otherwise, Saturday will have plenty of clouds around holding our highs near 70 degrees. The second half of the weekend will be dry with some sunshine returning. Sunday's highs will reach into the low 80s.
Monday we're looking at turning partly sunny skies and temperatures warming back into the mid 80s.