To say the weather on the Fourth of July was spectacular would be an understatement. A beautiful blue sky, a warm breeze and the humidity was tolerable too. That made for a very pleasant day on the water or on the patio. Unfortunately that kind of delightful Summer weather is just about set to give way to a more typical July pattern.

The high pressure system that gave us the great Fourth is slowing moving out and that will mean a return of a southerly flow of air. This means increased humidity and a better chance of afternoon and early evening showers or thunderstorms.

Monday should hold serve and remain basically rain free. By Tuesday the chance of showers should creep back into the forecast with the latter part of the week seeing a complete resumption of heat, humidity, and a good chance of late day thunderstorms.