THIS EVENING: A quiet evening with clouds continuing to thin out leaving blue skies. Winds will be light, temps will be mild in the low 80s but fall to around 70 by 10pm. You’ll notice a difference in the humidity as drier air continues to funnel in but we don’t get a break from the muggies long as the humidity climbs once again tomorrow afternoon.
MORNING: A beautiful start with high pressure in control. Patchy fog in some of the valleys areas, otherwise, bright sunshine with few clouds and seasonal lows in the upper 50s to low 60s will start our morning.
TOMORROW: High pressure brings a summer like Thursday with mostly sunny skies, light winds and highs in the mid 80s. Still warm and above average and you will notice the stickiness returning as the moisture builds in thanks to a southeasterly flow.
OUTLOOK: High pressure moves east leading to more of a southwesterly flow ahead of our next front. Humidity will be more apparent as more moisture streams in for Friday. Few more clouds and temps will be much warmer flirting with 90 degrees. An isolated thunderstorm can’t be ruled out either for Friday afternoon but the best chance arrives for Saturday as the front pushes in from the west. It should slide out of here by the second half of the weekend but the trend will need to be watched because there are indications due to the upper level zonal flow that it may get hung up. It could keep a few showers around very early in the morning otherwise it looks dry with partly cloudy skies and much cooler temperatures in the 70s. Drier air stays put for a few days along with cooler mornings in the 50s and highs in the 70s as high pressure makes it home over the area.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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