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Blaise Keller, KDLT Morning Meteorologist

We're one day away from ending June and we're going to kick off these last couple of days with the chance for rain and thunderstorms today, none of which are expected to be severe, as a low pressure system quickly scoots through the forecast area once again. On the backside of this low pressure system we'll see quiet conditions going into your pre Fourth of July weekend. What is expected for the holiday? Quiet conditions as well as warmer temperatures but... there may be a little bit of cloud cover to deal with.

Temperatures today are going to climb back into the 70s and 80s as we near the end of the month; we'll see cloud cover, though, as a quick little disturbance scoots through the forecast area bringing showers and thunderstorms to mainly our northern counties during the morning while the southeast will see the better chance for afternoon showers/storms. Winds are going to be light and turning out of the northeast as the low pressure system moves through.

Once this low pressure system passes, we'll see the chance for some wrap around moisture to impact parts of the forecast area on Friday but by Saturday and into most of the day on Sunday, we'll see plenty of sunshine and temperatures are going to be warming back up into the upper 70s/low 80s. Sunday afternoon, across the southeast, we could see some isolated severe storms develop as conditions will become suitable for thunderstorm development and we'll continue to see the chance for storms, mainly across the southeast, overnight into Monday.

Temperatures today will be in the upper 70s/low 80s and will be a couple of degrees cooler for Friday but we will be warming back up to more normal temperatures by Saturday and Sunday. As we said before, Sunday we'll see our best chance for storms across the southeast which will continue into Monday. Your Fourth of July looks to be dry but we could see a partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies.

 

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