EVENING: Clear and warm. Temps in the 70s.
TONIGHT: Clear skies, patchy fog toward daybreak, low 60.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and warm. High 79.
Wrapping up another 80 degree day with the official high reaching 83 earlier Wednesday afternoon. Plan for another clear and mild night with areas of fog developing toward daybreak.
Thursday will be very similar to recent days. Lots of sunshine and afternoon temperatures near 80 degrees. We begin to see clouds increase Thursday night and we remain cloudy on Friday with patchy drizzle developing.
The weekend will be the true transition to fall weather. A strong front will push through the state on Saturday. This front will significantly drop our temperatures with highs remaining in the 50s on Sunday. This front does not produce much rain for us on Saturday, however, we still need to plan for at least a few showers. We expect most areas to receive less than 0.2″ for Saturday.
Chilly and breezy conditions arrive Saturday evening and lasts through Monday. Fall-like northwest winds of 10-20mph on Sunday with temps in the 50s. Fall is coming!
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder