Tonight: Scattered showers, storm early. Fog by morning.
Wind: N 5 mph
Friday: Becoming partly sunny. Warm and muggy
Wind: N 5-10 mph
Showers and storms will again affect the area this evening which could bring locally heavy rainfall. Storms will linger into the early overnight hours before dissipating. Main concern shifts to fog, locally dense, by morning.
Friday will begin cloudy with light fog but clouds will slowly clear through the day. By late afternoon, sunshine will help temperatures climb into the low 80s.
High pressure begins to take hold over the area this weekend with sunny and dry conditions Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures will remain warm in the mid 80s.
Next area of focus comes Monday with an approaching storm system which appears to be unseasonably strong. An area of low pressure is pegged to track just south of our area, bringing widespread rainfall and cooler temperatures only in the 70s.
A pattern more reminiscent of fall takes hold Tuesday and Wednesday with high pressure in place bringing sunny skies and temperatures in the 70s with comfortable humidity.
Meteorologist Nick Stewart
Weather First Team
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