LONG DRY, WARMING STRETCH
High pressure at the surface and in the upper levels keeps us dry for the rest of the week. Also, our mornings will be cool and with the dry conditions, temps will warm very quickly under sunny skies. Each day we will warm a few degrees more heading through the rest of the week. Morning lows will range in the upper 40’s to low 50’s tomorrow but rebound to around 80 by afternoon under sunny skies. The breeze will be much lighter tomorrow too.
With high pressure still in control, we remain dry and sunny. Temperatures will run well above average as we press through the week. We will see highs in the mid 80s through Saturday before they cool back down to more seasonal averages.
RAIN NO WHERE IN SIGHT
After the recent record rain over the weekend, we will not see rain for the next 5 days. There will be a weak boundary very early Sunday morning but right now, moisture is very limiting. It may be enough to spit out a shower or two in the morning but that will be it for the next week or so.