A few clouds and showers rolled throughout the area today. These will taper off through the overnight hours. Tomorrow morning expect conditions to start off clear and muggy, then quickly warming up to around 90 for your afternoon high.
As high pressure builds across the Southeast, expect temperatures to rise into the mid 90's by mid to late this week. This high pressure will keep us sunny and dry through Thursday night.
By Friday, we see a small chance of rain returning to the picture as the high pressure weakens. This won't affect our warming trend as we expect the highest temps to be reached Friday afternoon. Saturday we will see our rain chances jump up to 10% as the high continues to weaken. Increase in clouds will keep us in the low 90's to start your weekend.
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