Our trend of cooler temperatures and more refreshing (almost fall-like!) conditions will come to an end this weekend. Temperatures return to the 80's and much more humid air moves in.
Friday night remains rather mild as temperatures settle into the mid 50's. As has been the case this week, it's another great night to open the windows or have a bonfire. I expect skies to stay mostly clear and winds to be light.
Highs warm into the mid 80's Saturday and Sunday. Skies stay mostly sunny for Saturday along with lower levels of humidity, causing it to feel rather pleasant.
Highs warm slightly into Sunday and more humid air arrives. This will also bring chances for an isolated thunderstorm or two. Much of this will depend on how much sun we see in the morning, as a decaying line of showers and storms is expected to bring cloud cover Sunday morning. This will greatly limit storm chances Sunday afternoon and evening.
The warm and humid conditions settle in for all of next week, bringing chances for scattered showers and storms almost every day. These will be VERY scattered, and it's very likely many locations stay dry through most of next week.
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