Wednesday, 8/5

  • Mild Canadian-source high pressure centered over the area with temps mostly in the 70s and comfortable dew points in the 40s to mid 50s.
  • Sunny skies will prevail over the area with scattered fair weather cumulus clouds during the afternoon.
  • Temps should warm from the cool 50s at the start of the day to the upper 70s across the area during the afternoon.
  • Clear skies overnight with temps dropping into the upper 50s to lower 60s most locations. Light winds becoming on-shore during the afternoon.

Thursday, 8/6
Mostly sunny and with seasonable highs in the low 80s. Clear skies overnight. Light southerly winds.

Friday, 8/7
Sun filters through patchy mid-high level clouds. Warm, with moderate humidity. Temps reach the mid 80s. S-SE winds 10-15 mph. Clouds increase overnight. Chance of T-storms late.

Saturday, 8/8
Considerable cloudiness, but with some sun as well. Warm and trending more humid. Showers, t-storms possible during the day, but becoming more likely at night. Temps peak in the mid-upper 80s.

Sunday, 8/9
Variably cloudy, very warm and more humid. T-storm clusters threaten at times, but with dry hours in between. Temps climb to around 90 most locations. SW winds 10-20 mph.

Monday, 8/10
Partly cloudy with widely scattered mainly late-day and evening into overnight t-storms possible. Continued hot and humid – afternoon highs low to mid 90s. Muggy overnight. Winds out of the SW.

Tuesday, 8/11
More clouds than sun, hot and humid with scattered t-storms. Afternoon highs again around 90 degrees. A chance of t-storms overnight. Westerly winds shift east overnight.

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