TURNING UNSETTLED: The rest of the week is seasonably warm, but shower chances gradually return. Wednesday is a mainly dry day with a mixture of sunshine and clouds. An isolated shower or two cannot be entirely ruled out. However, not everyone see it. The humidity levels remain at comfortable levels. Thursday is mainly dry as well, but an east/southeasterly flow setting up brings cloudy skies. Humidity levels nudge up a bit, and a shower or two cannot be ruled out during the late day hours. Our next cold front crosses through Friday. Showers and thunderstorms are expected through much of the day. Afternoon high temperatures Wednesday remain in the lower to middle 80s. Temperatures are near 80 on Thursday, and in the middle to upper 70s on Friday.
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Saturday dries out, with partly cloudy skies expected. It’s a bit warm, with temperatures near 80 degrees. Our next system quickly brings showers and a few thunderstorms back into the forecast on Sunday. Highs are still near 80 degrees.
NEXT WEEK: The overall pattern looks cooler early next week. Temperatures run a bit below average. A few showers could linger into Monday. A stray shower is even possible Tuesday. Highs are in the 70s.
Have a great Wednesday!