EVENING: Warm and muggy. Temps in the 70s
TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy, Mild. Areas of Fog by Morning. Lo 60.
THURSDAY: AM Fog and Clouds, PM Sun, Nearing Record Warm. Hi 80.
Wednesday’s official high of 78 degrees was 6 degrees shy of tying the record for the day. We do not expect any changes for Thursday, so plan for some patchy fog and low clouds in the morning, followed by afternoon sunshine and an unseasonable high near 80 degrees.
Clouds increase for Friday as we tap into more of a southeast flow. Temperatures will be slightly cooler, but still in the 70s. Some late-day sunshine is still possible. Stray, light showers will be possible Saturday as another front pushes through. That front could stall for Sunday and provide for a cloudy and cooler day. A series of disturbances will then roll in from the west, setting the stage for a soggy stretch early next week starting Monday. Temperatures should return closer to seasonable levels by then with several showery days on tap to start next week.
-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso and Eric Finkenbinder