Drying out with cooler temperatures headed our way
THIS EVENING: Clouds, fog and light showers will continue through the evening. Rain may be heavy at times and can’t rule out a thunderstorm which may produce gusty strong winds and heavy rain. Temps will fall from the low 70s to the upper 60s.
MORNING: Shower threat ends before sunshine. Roads will be damp but drying out. Clouds will slowly break up and some areas may see patchy fog. Lows will be in the mid to upper 60s.
TOMORROW: A lot of upper level energy as a trough moves in and keeps the clouds around mixing with sunshine. There may be an isolated shower or thunderstorm. Highs should be able to get to the upper 70s to lower 80s. Clouds will be breaking up overnight and much cooler air will filter down from Canada dropping them into the 50s.
OUTLOOK: We are back to the 50s Thursday morning. Expect a mix of clouds and sunshine with cooler temperatures in the upper 70s thanks to a closed low that situates itself just to our north. Upper level trough and closed low still hanging around for Friday making it the coolest day of the week with lows in the low to mid 50s and highs only in the mid 70s. High pressure at the surface will keep things mainly dry through Saturday. Highs should be able to rebound to the low 80s to start the weekend and it will be even warmer for Sunday but a weak boundary pushing across the area may trigger a thunderstorm. Monday and Tuesday will both be warmer days and more humid. Highs will warm to the mid to upper 80s but the storm threat will continue each day.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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