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Hot, Dry, Not So Humid Memorial Day

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Sunday Night — Pretty Quiet

High pressure bossed the weather today. With nothing meaningful challenging high pressure, we got hot: 90°.

Tonight, we’ll be watching a weak trough swinging by from the northwest. It’s been setting off a few showers and thunderstorms:

But, none of those features drawn in orange are expected where we are. A quiet night is in the forecast.

Dry & Hot Memorial Day – Early 66°, High 90°

North winds will switch off the high humidity. Dewpoints which were in the mid 60°s today will drop to near 60° Monday.

Tuesday: See Monday

Humidity Rain/Storm Chances Late Wednesday >>> End of the Week

Wednesday looks dry, but by Wednesday night, the south winds return the moisture, and therefore our rain chances.

A trough arrives Thursday, initiating intermittent rain for the rest of the week. With so many clouds around, temps should stay in the low/mid 80°s.

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