The idea of having an upper level system stall over our area and give us some appreciable rain midweek is not going to come to fruition. I was incorrect in that idea, as is the idea of the EURO model wanting to return high heat to our area next weekend.
Details for each day are as follows:
Today: Sunny. Dry. Beautiful.
Tuesday: Sunny with chance for a shower or a storm in the afternoon. More humid.
Wednesday: Sunny. Slightly cooler and less humid.
Thursday: Sunny. Dry. Beautiful.
Friday: Mostly sunny. Chance for a shower or a storm. More humid.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. Chance for a shower or a storm. Humid.
We have very flat ridging across the nation right now, which is the result of the major ridge that brought us the heat wave, being flattened. This ridge will try to rebuild in this week, but it will not succeed. It will by the middle of the following week (after July 15) build itself over the western US and a significant trough develops in the east. This will lead to a wetter, more humid pattern, but also cooler.
Again, I do not see consecutive 90 degree days for us through the rest of the month.