DAMP/COOL FRIDAY: A slow moving area of low pressure continues to drift slowly nearby. It’s detached from the main steering winds of the jet stream, so it’s here to stay for a few more days. It’s a cool, damp, and breezy start, with plenty of showers throughout the region. Some heavier pockets are possible, but flooding is no longer a concern now that we are passed the heaviest of the rain. There are drizzly pockets too in-between showers, with temperatures in the 50s. The batches of showers transition to on-and-off showers and drizzly pockets for the afternoon. The breezes remain. Temperatures are in the upper 50s to middle 60s.
SLOW DRYING: The weekend is slow to bring improvements as the system gradually lifts out of the area. Mostly cloudy skies are expected for Saturday, but still anticipate isolated showers at times. The winds are lighter too. Highs are in the upper 60s to near 70. Sunday is much drier with some more breaks of sun, but a few showers can’t be entirely excluded. It does appear a handful of locations stay dry. Highs are in the lower to middle 70s.
NEXT WEEK: Aside from a stray shower, Monday brings a mixture of clouds and sunshine, with highs in the lower 70s. Tuesday is a similar day in terms of both temperatures and clouds cover. More sunshine slips in for Wednesday, with temperatures falling into the 60s. Readings remain in the 60s on Thursday, with partly sunny skies.
Have a great weekend!