Tonight is a cool and breezy night! Lows drop to his mid-fifties. A perfect night to give AC a break!
Friday is the day the high pressure moves northeast. This initiates a more southerly flow, increasing temperatures and eventually humidity. As a result, the high goes back to his mid-eighties.
Humidity levels on Saturday will be higher than the day before and should be enough for a few showers. The dry season is approaching, but it will be hazy, hot and humid, with highs in the mid-80s.
A weak front crossing on Sunday appears to be stalling at the moment. This is expected to keep the situation volatile over the next week. Highs are in the high 70s with some clouds around.
The cold front continues to threaten storms on Monday. I would like to emphasize that although there are many dry times, there are also days with showers. This feature cools down to about 80 degrees, which is close to the season at this time of year.
Tuesday looks unfortunately wet as the frontal lobe system is still stalling. That being said, the highs are likely to stay in the 70s as a few rounds of showers and thunderstorms are possible.
Our long-term forecast looks like a bit of a trough in the eastern US mid-to-late next week. This means that temperatures will be below average. The chance of rain will continue, at least in isolated patterns, until the overall weather pattern “flattens out” which may not occur until next weekend.
Clear and cool with mid-50s bass.
Mostly sunny and comfortable! Highest in the late 70’s.
Mostly sunny and warm for high school soccer! Mid 80’s high.
An isolated storm in the afternoon. Highs in the late 80’s.
Fend off storms that scatter in the afternoon. Highest in the late 70’s.
Scattered storms from time to time. Highest in the late 70’s.
Showers. Highest in the late 70’s.
Prolonged showers. Highest in the late 70’s.
An isolated shower. Highest in the late 70’s.
Sporadic storms are possible. Mid 70’s high.
Separate shower but mostly dry. Highest in the late 70’s.