Warm and mainly dry stretch through mid September


EVENING: Partly Cloudy, More Humid. Hi 87. Temperature Falling To 80 By 8p.

TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy, Muggy. Lo 64.

WEDNESDAY: Increasing Clouds, Still Warm. Hi 86.

Clouds will increase tomorrow as winds shift to a more easterly direction, though it should remain dry. In fact, tomorrow should start out pleasant before skies go overcast during the afternoon and evening. It will still be warm, however. Any rainfall should hold off until Thursday now. Even then, however, forcing appears weak despite the higher moisture in the air. In other words, plan for some stray, light showers on Thursday rather than a soaking rainfall. A weak front will cross Thursday night, with high pressure building in its wake. This means a dry and fairly comfortable Friday, with just an increase in clouds Saturday as another southeast flow develops.

A front will push through the state on Sunday. Model guidance shows a decent chance for rain, however, model guidance has performed poorly on rain chances and we feel that a period of scattered showers are possible as the front moves through, otherwise the remainder of the day should be dry. We’ll keep you posted.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder

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