Plenty of sunshine today and not as humid as drier air is still, slowly, working into the area. High pressure will move southward the next couple of days from around the Great Lakes which will keep skies clear and also move warmer air in from the west. The result will be another warm stretch for the weekend and start of next week.
Highs this weekend will be in the mid to upper 90s and humidity will start returning as we move into next week. The return of moisture will increase the cloud cover across the area and may lead to a pop-up storm or two across the area.
The best rain chance will arrive on Wednesday and Thursday as a cold front will pass through the area. Most of the energy with this system should remain to our north, but we will see some showers and storms for the middle and later portion of next week.
Temperatures will cool down before the front gets here as our winds shift to the east and bring in readings closer to seasonal, which are highs in the lower 90s.
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