TODAY: After a chilly start to the day, temperatures will rise nicely into the upper 70s and low 80s once again by the afternoon underneath a sunny sky. A few high cirrus clouds could move in by the afternoon, but there’s absolutely no chance of rain.
TONIGHT: With a clear sky once again, temperatures will fall back into the 50s, but readings won’t be quite as low as what we saw on Tuesday morning.
WEDNESDAY – FRIDAY: Expect sunshine to continue each day as high pressure remains in control just off to our northeast. Warm afternoons will continue as well as highs moderate slightly towards the mid 80s by Friday and overnight lows remain in the upper 50s to low 60s.
SATURDAY: Clouds will quickly increase across the area by Saturday afternoon in advance of a developing system to our southwest. Expect some sun at times, but clouds will definitely become more prevalent as highs reach still into the low 80s. Moisture values should still be limited enough to preclude any rain chances.
SUNDAY/MONDAY: A decently strong shortwave trough of energy will pass just to the northwest, joining forces with increasing tropical moisture as it does so. Expect a decent chance at some scattered showers and storms Sunday into Monday morning. A continuous rain is not expected, but keep the rain gear handy. Furthermore, a few of the storms could become strong at times.
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