Sunday: Increasing clouds, partly cloudy skies by the PM with a 20% chance of spotty showers. Becoming warm and humid. Winds: SW 8-12 mph, High: 82 (79-85)
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy skies, staying warm and muggy. Winds: SSW 5-10 mph, Low: 64 (62-67)
1st Day of Fall: Mostly cloudy with a 60% chance of rain and a few storms. High: 78, Low: 54
Even more warmth and humidity will build in on Sunday, which will be the warmest day of the upcoming week. Air temperatures will easily get into the 80’s, with dewpoints still climbing even more into the 60’s for a warm and humid day. Though high pressure will still be nearby, a very weak disturbance will be passing by and could touch off a couple stray showers in the afternoon, but many of us will get one more completely dry day. Clouds build in even more Sunday night, with warmth and humidity staying locked in place too with lows in the 60’s.
After not seeing any kind of consistent rainfall for nearly a week, Monday sees that streak end with a cold front slowly approaching. Though it won’t be a widespread, soaking rainfall, showers and storms will be plentiful as the front passes Monday. A few lingering showers will last into the overnight, but skies will be clearing and temperatures dropping as the front clears Monday night. Plenty of cool, dry air fills in on Tuesday, with highs only likely to get into the 60’s. Wednesday another brief ridge of high pressure pushes us back to more normal temperatures.
The end of the week will see another weak cold front bring scattered showers back into the picture through the day on Thursday. Dry conditions return with high pressure for both Friday and next Saturday, as highs remain in the 70’s and lows stay in the 50’s.