A weak cold front overhead will provide for less humid air through the latter part of the work week as the mid/upper level flow from the NW will suppress activity. It is possible daytime heating could pop an isolated shower or t-storms late afternoon along the immediate coast.
An upper level disturbance will continue to push east Friday into the weekend. The moisture flow will begin to return through the weekend and as a result, rain chances will increase Saturday and Sunday to near normal for this time year. Scattered convection will not prevent temperatures from climbing into the low to mid 90s this weekend.
Upper level high-pressure is expected to retrograde west over the interior southern Rockies next Monday and Tuesday. This feature will leave a weak flow over the forecast area along with elevated precipitable values. As a result, rain chances will continue to increase into next week with slow moving t-storms.