Humid but heat not getting out of hand

The first month of Summer temperatures have averaged cooler than normal and rainfall has on average been near-normal as you can see in the charts below:

Temperatures this week will be within 3 degrees or so of the normal high of 88 with a typical Summertime Atlanta chance of an afternoon or evening thunderstorm today, then a little higher than normal chance of a shower or storm tomorrow through Saturday the 4th of July.

High humidity will make up for the lack of extreme heat with cloudy and sunshine intervals interspersed the next 7 days.

The hottest weather compared to normal will be West and North of Georgia on average for the first part of July:

MODEL BLEND TEMPERATURE ESTIMATE:

RAINFALL AMOUNTS 5-DAY AVERAGE ESTIMATE:

Keeping an eye on potential tropical development this week as well:

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