After the showers and storms that rolled through this morning, a scattered shower or storm has developed across the area this afternoon. We could see a shower or storm through the evening as the cold front and a weak upper level low moves past the area. Skies will begin to clear as we work through the overnight hours, and high pressure will return to the area.
Temperatures should spike into the upper 80s again tomorrow as we see mostly sunny skies in the wake of our cold front. Cooler air will be working in from the northwest and arrive for our Friday, sending temperatures closer to 80 as opposed to 90. We will keep the seasonal readings through the weekend before temperatures begin to rebound through the middle of next week back toward 90.
Not only will we see cooler air, it will also be much drier. Dew points will drop to less oppressive readings in the 50s and low 60s, making it a very seasonal Memorial Day. No rain is in sight for at least the next 7 days as high pressure will be firmly in control of our weather.
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