THIS EVENING: Widely Scattered Showers, A Storm, Warm. Temperatures Near 85.
TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy, Muggy, Scattered Showers. Lo 71.
THURSDAY: Partly Sunny, Stray Shower/T-Storm. Hi 90.
Temperatures managed to reach the low to even mid 90s today in places. Widely scattered showers and storms have developed ahead of a weak front but will remain confined to locations south of the turnpike. This round of rain will exit prior to sunrise. As a stronger front approaches tonight, this may develop additional showers overnight. That front will linger nearby Thursday, which will re-develop some scattered showers and storms by the afternoon. Highs tomorrow will likely reach near 90 degrees once again.
A big change will be felt by Friday as an east wind ushers in stubborn, low-level clouds. This should hold temperatures in the mid-70s. An approaching front Saturday will spark some stray showers, but even then rain is not a guarantee. In fact, most may get by without any rain. Sunday appears to be the drier of the two days this weekend with highs a few ticks above average in the low 80s. The warmth and mainly dry weather look to continue into early next week before some cooler air moves in by Tuesday. Enjoy it this (perhaps) last blast of summer!
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo