After beneficial rain yesterday, much improved weather has arrived and it will stick around for a while, though there could still be a pop-up shower.
While the cold front is now east of the region, an upper-level disturbance means there is a cold pool of air aloft and the heating of the surface results in instability.
Sun will mix with puffy clouds this afternoon and there can be a pop-up sprinkle or shower. Not a big deal and most will stay dry. Temperature will reach the lower-80s.
Tomorrow features unlimited sunshine as high pressure builds in from the west. Temperatures again will be in the lower-80s, which is considered seasonable for this time of year. The humidity will remain absent!
Friday is another weather winner with lots of sunshine, temperatures in the middle-80s and no humidity.
The next chance of active weather arrives Saturday, but it won’t be a washout.
A cold front diving south out of Canada will spark off scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening Saturday. The humidity will be noticeable with temperatures in the middle-80s.
The front doesn’t drop the temperatures much but it does wash away any sign of humidity. Sunday will be spectacular with lots of sun and temperatures in the middle-80s.
A growing signal exists for increasing heat early next week, with temperatures soaring into the upper-80s to perhaps 90 degrees by the middle part of the week.
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