Lows this morning bottomed out around 60 for all of us, and that will be a repeat tonight as well as high pressure is directly above us, and coupled with dry air, we will see another somewhat chilly night for this time of year.
The dry air will start to modify as we work into Thursday and Friday as warmer air begins to arrive from our west. Highs will go from the upper 80s today, low 90s tomorrow, to mid 90s by Thursday.
As the heat and humidity returns, we also will start to slowly increase rain chances across the area. As of now, only a storm or two is possible Friday and Saturday, so I am going to leave rain chances out of the official forecast, but rain chances looks to spike a bit Sunday through Tuesday as our area of high pressure weakens, which should allow more pop-up variety storms. Highs will remain in the lower to mid 90s to start off September with a warm Labor Day as highs reach around 93.
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