THIS EVENING: Scattered Showers & T-Storms, Some May Be Strong. Temperatures Dropping Into The 70s.
TONIGHT: Lingering Showers. Lo 69.
THURSDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Stray Showers. Hi 80.
Any leftover light showers should exit overnight with just a mostly cloudy start expected Thursday.
The front will be east of us tomorrow, but an east flow combined with a tropical low off the coast will throw us more clouds and a few showers throughout the day. It will by no means be a washout, however, and some sun may even peek out in our western counties from time to time. This pattern will continue into Friday before a gradual drying trend occurs late Friday into the weekend. We should be back to lots of sunshine by Sunday but highs will start to rebound into the mid-80s again early next week.
Highs the next few days will remain well above average, but a brief return to more seasonable temps is expected Thursday and Friday mainly because of the cloudy skies. No signs of a drastic push of cool, dry air appear anytime soon. Therefore, expect much of the rest of September to be seasonable to warmer than average.
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo