Finally after what seems like weeks of rain, a drier pattern is about to take hold but with that comes the high heat.
As we move into the 4th of July weekend, rain chances will back down into the 10-20% range which will send our highs well into the 90s in many locations.
Quite remarkably, this will be the first stretch this summer of relatively low rain chances leading to those higher temperatures and higher heat indices. During the peak heating hours of the afternoon, heat indices will top out in the 100-105 range.
Each day will feature one or two downpours but any storm will be of the isolated variety.
This new drier pattern looks to hold at least through the 4th of July holiday.