A few showers are again out there today, and they will continue to be with us into the evening hours. Today should be the last day with decent coverage in rainfall as our trough that brought us all the rain exits the area. A stray shower will still be possible on Thursday, but we should dry out on Friday as high pressure builds in.
Temperatures have been holding below normal for just over a week now, and that will continue into the weekend, although we should finally return to 90 degrees. Temperatures will be held in check a bit with air working in from our east which will limit highs to a degree or two either side of 90.
It looks like we should remain just below seasonal until the middle portion of next week when high pressure arrives over top of us and brings in warmer air from the west. Highs next week look to rebound into the lower and mid 90s, and should this ridge of high pressure hold, we could climb into the mid and upper 90s, but that is a while off before we worry about that.
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