THIS EVENING: 83° by 7 PM
As the frontal boundary clears the state by this evening, any small chance of rain will exit with it:
Winds will be breezy overnight, between 5 and 10 mph. Lows will fall to the upper 60°s.
As we’re sleeping, dew point temperatures will continue to drop…
WEDNESDAY – Less Humid and Not as Hot! – Wake Up: 68º, High: 86°
….and, by the time we wake up, they will be in the low to mid 60°s. That’s going to make for a much less humid morning, and day, tomorrow!
As a large area of high pressure settles in over the state tomorrow, we’ll see that lower humidity continue, as well as lower high temperatures:
Winds will continue to be on the breezy side, between 10 and 15 mph in the afternoon.
That area of high pressure will bring in drier air and an environment that will make it very hard for storms and even showers to get going.
So, we’ll stay dry tomorrow:
Tomorrow evening should be very nice, with mostly clear skies & crazy low humidity!
THURSDAY – Staying Nice – Wake Up: 61º, High: 87°
Thursday looks like a very similar day to tomorrow. It may be a hair warmer, but the humidity will stay super low!
Rain chances will continue to be zero, nada, nothing:
Extended: Rain-Free Into the Weekend
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