Saturday Night: Spotted showers and isolated thunderstorms will continue through this evening, rain chances weakening as night falls. Low temperatures will still be in the low 70s tonight with south-westerly winds making for another muggy evening.
Sunday: While we won’t rule out a stray sprinkle or two for your wake up, rain chances will increase throughout the day and will be most likely in the afternoon and evening hours. If you’re heading out to the pool, just remember to be aware of thunder and lightning. If you can hear the “roar”, go indoors! Expect for high temperatures to stay in the low 90s and overnight lows to be in the low 70s.
Monday & Tuesday: We will continue the summertime pattern of highs near 90 degrees, plenty of humidity, and a good chance for pop up showers and thunderstorms. Rain chances for the start of the week will be slightly higher at 50% and decrease as move towards mid-week.
Wednesday-Friday: A 20-30% chance of pop up showers each afternoon stays in the forecast with some of these showers capable of producing brief downpours. Partly cloudy skies allow for a slight warming trend, and highs gradually creep towards the mid 90s. Lows remain in the low 70s.
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