Good Wednesday morning everyone! We are looking at plentiful sunshine and just some patches of thin cirrus clouds passing by early today. We continue on with sunshine this afternoon as scattered fair-weather cumulus clouds mix in with time. Highs get into the upper 70s before all is said and done. Northwest to west winds go a bit breezy at 10-15 mph.
Tonight we look for clear conditions to take us into the overnight. The mercury dips back into the low to mid 50s by daybreak tomorrow.
Unlimited sunshine is anticipated for a good number of hours Thursday leading to a warmer afternoon around 80 degrees. Southwest winds will be breezy near 15 mph.
Our next chance for rainfall arrives Friday afternoon as the next weather disturbance approaches from the west. South to southeast winds go quite brisk to wrap up the workweek. Scattered showers and even a few thundershowers will be possible into the early hours of Saturday. The mercury maxes out in the lower 70s.
Most of Saturday, however, turns out rain-free but clouds will hold tough during the morning. Sunshine breaks through the clouds during the afternoon helping to bump temperatures back to around 80 to the lower 80s. Humidity begins to show an uptick as the day unfolds.
Sunday looks very humid and partly cloudy with a chance for a thunderstorm mainly during the afternoon and evening hours. Highs top out in the middle 80s.
Monday and Tuesday go similarly very warm and humid with readings on the thermometer getting well into the 80s. Times of sunshine and times of clouds can be anticipated with clusters of showers and thunderstorms riding nearby from time to time.