SMOOTH SAILING: Two high pressure bubbles envelop the area this week. We’re amidst the first one bringing low humidity, seasonal air to the picture through tonight. A second bubble of cooler and drier air enters for Thursday through Saturday.
For today, expect sunshine and highs near 80° after a cool start. Tonight, some clouds roll in with the arrival of another cold front. We’ll break the clouds Thursday morning and a full day of sun shall ensue with highs only in the upper 70s. Friday morning starts with many spots well into the 40s! We’ll top out in the middle 70s for highs on Friday.
WEEKEND: Saturday looks like a nice and comfy start with a mild finish. We’ll go from near 50° to the upper 70s to finish. Some clouds will roll in through the day. Sunday, it’s warmer to start and finish as we hit the low 80s. A front will slide in, bringing the small chance for a few showers. We’ll keep monitoring it.
NEXT WEEK: The models are flipping around with how far south the high pressure bubble makes it after Sunday. For now, we’ll be on the southern edge, which keeps us on the mild side. It also keeps us close to unsettled weather, so we’re putting some clouds and just a chance for some storms in the picture until we can hammer out the details better.
Have a spectacular Wednesday!
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