Rain showers have been with us for most of the day, but those are now exiting as the area of low pressure that spawned them continues to move away from the area and drier air is filtering in at the mid levels of the atmosphere to help clear the skies out. We will see clearing for the first part of the overnight, but low clouds will return for sunrise with areas of fog, some areas dense, possible by morning.
Saturday should be mostly dry and much warmer as we return to the lower 70s area wide. Moisture will also continue and clouds will thicken Saturday night, keeping Sunday morning warm.
We could push 80 on our Sunday before our cold front arrives. As temperatures will be about 10 degrees warmer than normal and plenty of wind above the surface, we could see a strong or severe thunderstorm develop with the front Sunday afternoon, so it is something we are watching closely. Right now, a severe threat is very minimal as this looks to mostly be a rain shower event.
Behind the front Monday, temperatures will cool down a bit as we work into next week, but back to seasonal readings as opposed to the cool readings we had this week. After Monday morning, we will remain dry until next weekend.
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