A mild, dry start for this Wednesday with sun glare on the roads this morning. Expect plenty of sun through the day with highs in the low 90s this afternoon. We stay dry with high pressure now controlling our weather pattern. This stays the case tomorrow and most of Friday. Friday looks to be the most humid day ahead of late rain. High temperatures will stay in the low to mid 90s to end the week, so we’ll be unseasonably warm compared to our average high temperature at 87 for this time of year.
For late Friday we’ll see our next weather system approach the area. Scattered showers and thunderstorms move in through the evening mainly.
For Saturday we’ll still have the chance for showers around, but not a wash-out of a day. Expect mostly cloudy skies.
Sunday we’re looking a little drier now, although still a slight chance for showers. With a developing North wind, we could be seeing highs only in the low 80s that day.
Next week we start dry, then rain chances increase late Tuesday and Wednesday with another area of low pressure approaching.
Normal high is 87
Today: mostly sunny, 91
Tonight: clear, mid 70s
Thursday: Sun & clouds, 93
Friday: partly to mostly cloudy, 94, late t’storm chance
Saturday: mostly cloudy, 40% chance scattered showers/t’storm, 89
Sunday: mostly cloudy, slight chance showers, 82
Monday: partly cloudy, mid 80s