MORE SUN, STILL MUGGY: Weak high pressure to the northeast of the region remains in control as it slowly slips away. Some patchy morning fog or haze is possible in some spots, but most begin with partly sunny skies. Skies quickly become sunny by the afternoon. It’s still a bit humid, with highs in the lower to middle 80s. By Friday, our next cold front approaches, and it could bring a late day shower or thunderstorm. Temperatures are near 90 degrees. The humidity jumps to uncomfortable levels.
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Shower and thunderstorm chances continue for Saturday. Most of the activity is concentrated around the midday hours. It’s still hot and quite stuffy, with readings still hovering near 90 degrees. Some humidity relief is finally in store for Sunday. Sunny skies return, and temperatures are in the lower to middle 80s, making for a seasonable, wonderful sunny day.
NEXT WEEK: The break from high humidity levels remains in place through early next week. High pressure ensures plenty of sunshine for both Monday and Tuesday. Humidity levels are quite comfortable Monday, and then begin to nudge up on Tuesday. Highs Monday are in the lower to middle 80s, and on Tuesday expect readings in the middle to upper 80s. Wednesday is warmer, with a noticeable increase in humidity. Temperatures are near 90 degrees.
Have a great Thursday!