Enjoying another warm day despite an increase in cloud cover. Seeing more moisture riding in which will keep the clouds around through the evening and in combination with a disturbance moving our way, may trigger a shower or thunderstorm this evening.
Most areas will remain dry but keep in mind if you are heading out, you may run into a shower or thunderstorm. Temperatures will fall back into the mid and upper 70s this evening.
Overnight, skies will be partly to mostly cloudy. There will be more of a muggy feel to the air as well. Lows tonight will be a few degrees above this morning in the mid to upper 60s.
Tomorrow we’ll have the threat for showers and storms. They are not expected to be widespread and the greatest chance will be in the afternoon. A cold front comes in overnight Thursday into Friday. Not looking real impressive with the rainfall but may be accompanied by a few showers. Good news, the front looks to be out of there early in the morning.
We may start out with a few clouds Friday but large Canadian High pressure builds in bringing drier air. Upper level dip in the jetstream will provide cooler temperatures in the lower 80s.
SUN, SUN, SUN
The weekend looking fabulous with all kinds of sunshine. Morning lows will be refreshing and cool in the 50s while afternoon highs will run a bit below the average of 83. 80° expected Saturday but some areas may remain in the upper 70s and a bit warmer in the afternoon by Sunday with highs getting into the lower 80s.
Looks like we could see a warm up early next week with highs back into the middle 80s. Greatest rain chance returns for Wednesday although a stray shower can’t be ruled out Tuesday.
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MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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