More clouds, spotty showers and cooler temperatures for Wednesday

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After a beautiful day, we end it with a few showers and perhaps a pop up thunderstorm or two.

It’s more comfortable for a few days before the humidity builds back in over the weekend.

Clouds take over the next couple of days, limiting sunshine, and keeps temperatures cooler than average in the 60s. You’ll notice it’s more comfortable with lower humidity.  A few showers are

Keep the umbrella handy for spotty showers.

possible but there will be plenty of dry hours too. Temperatures


start to rebound by the end of the week as sunshine increases.  Highs are back into the middle and upper 70s Friday.  A small shower chance is still present.


We welcome summer-like weather by Sunday.  Saturday, expect skies to be partly cloudy. A stray thunderstorm could pop up as a weak disturbance swings through.  Strengthening high pressure in the Atlantic, known as a Bermuda High, provides a strong southwest flow.  It will pump in much warmer air and more moisture too.  Highs soar to the upper 80s to near 90 degrees.  The heat and humidity continues into early next week with highs in the lower 90s for Monday and Tuesday.  Storms arrive Wednesday, knocking temperatures down a few degrees.

Cooler than average temps for a couple of days then the heat turns up!

Stay “Weather Smart” with the FOX43 Weather team!

Have a good day!

MaryEllen Pann,

Chief Meteorologist