A weak cold front to our northwest will drop through the area this afternoon, preventing temperatures from getting as hot as they were for the start of the weekend. Overall, it will still be a warm summer day with sun and clouds. As the front passes, winds will shift from the west into the northwest with just a light breeze. The only trouble spot is well northeast of Syracuse where an upper level disturbance is holding onto some moisture. Should a shower pop up this afternoon it would likely be north of the Tug Hill.
Monday will look fairly similar to today- temperatures in the low to mid 80s with sun and clouds. We’re keeping in a slight chance for showers and thunderstorms for now, but nearly all of the computer models have been trending to feature a drier start to the work week. That being said, we can’t completely rule out the threat for rain due to a disturbance that will be working its way through.
The best chance for showers and storms over the next 7 days seems to be Wednesday, the 4th of July, as a cold front moves through. If everything moves as expected a nice dry and seasonable air mass will move in for the end of the week.