Slowly drying and clearing

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Clouds with gradually exit from north to south on Friday.





As the front continues to move south, dewpoint temperatures drop late overnight and into the morning hours. This means the humidity lowers.

A cold front approaching from the west continues to bring the chance for a few showers and storms into the evening hours.  Through the overnight, shower chances lessen as the front slowly crosses the region.  Low temperatures fall into the middle to upper 60s, and the muggy feel sticks around.  By morning, skies a re fairly cloudy to start.  As the front continues to push south, the clouds gradually clear and dewpoints drop too, lowering the humidity levels.  Sunshine increases from north to south during the day.  High temperatures reach the lower to middle 80s.




Ample sunshine and comfortable air awaits us for the weekend!  High pressure keeps skies blue on Saturday, with high temperatures only reaching the upper 70s to lower 80s.  Sunshine continues for Sunday, with high temperatures a couple degrees warmer.  Enjoy!




Clouds increase a bit on Monday, ahead of our next weather maker.  It’s still a nice day, and a bit warmer, with high temperatures in the middle 80s.  A shower and thunderstorm chance enters the picture Tuesday and Wednesday.  By Thursday, skies should clear out.  High temperatures hover in the lower to middle 80s.



Have a great night!

-Andrea Michaels