- Areas of fog overnight
- Much warmer for Memorial Day weekend
- Chance of a few evening pop-up storms each day
- Sunshine at times as well
THIS EVENING & OVERNIGHT: It will be a mild evening with temperatures falling into the 60s. There’s a chance for an isolated downpour or two before sunset and then it will dry out again with partly cloudy skies overnight.
Temperatures will drop to the middle 50s by Saturday morning. Some areas of fog are expected to develop.
SATURDAY: It will be a great start to the weekend with more sunshine and highs to hit 80 degrees.
A weak upper level disturbance may create a few passing showers or storms into the afternoon and evening, mainly to the west. It will dry out into Saturday night with lows in the middle 60s.
SUNDAY: Another warm and muggy day with highs reaching the upper 80s. Sunshine and a few clouds through most of the day with some pop-up storms possible in the afternoon.
MONDAY: Similar conditions as Sunday with warm and muggy weather during the day and highs in the middle 80s. More scattered clouds and some storms will pop in the late afternoon and evening.
TUESDAY: Temperatures will climb back into the upper 80s on Tuesday with broken clouds. There will be more cloud coverage that will give way to scattered storms into the afternoon and evening. Heavy rain is possible.
WEDNESDAY: The warm, muggy and unsettled pattern will continue for Wednesday. It will be partly cloudy with highs in the upper 80s. The chance for a few afternoon showers and storms will be possible once again.
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