Sunday Night: Afternoon showers have settled down for now, and low temperatures are expected to dip to the low 70s overnight. We can expect a few more isolated showers very late this evening, but it is unlikely that they develop into anything more than a brief rain.
Monday: For some, it will be a wet start to the work week. Showers are likely in the morning hours, but will taper off around lunch time. Another round of pop up storms can be expected in the late afternoon and early evening, and high temperatures will hover around the 90 degree mark. These will dissipate during the night as temperatures fall only to the mid to low 70s.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy skies will prevail, and so will a 40% chance of rain in the afternoon. High temperatures will top out in the low 90s, and it will be downright sticky out there. Low temperatures will only get down to the mid 70s.
Wednesday: A cold front will likely move through Wednesday sparking another round of showers and storms. Ahead of the front, humidity and high temperatures will spike for the week making things very uncomfortable outside.
Thursday: This will be your best chance for comfort outside this week with humidity, high temperatures, and rain chances all dropping slightly behind that front. Overnight low temperatures will settle near 70 degrees.
Friday & The Weekend: We can’t rule out a 20-30% chance of pop up showers, but Friday should follow suit with Thursday in being mostly sunny and dry. High temperatures will be in the low to mid 90s. Saturday and Sunday, another front approaches and increases the chance for cloudy conditions and pop up showers. Low temperatures will stay in the low 70s.
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