We’ll have a shower or two to dodge this morning, as expected, but things should stay dry for most of us. Much like yesterday, the clouds will stick around for the day but we’ll definitely see some sun too. Yesterday the clouds made the sky so beautiful and they’re not disappointing this morning either! Highs today will climb to the middle 70s. We’ll have another cool night tonight, with clears skies and lows dropping into the lower 50s. Mostly sunny skies return for Wednesday and that will allow high temps to climb to near 80 degrees. Humidity will start to increase on Wednesday and that will keep Wednesday’s overnight lows about ten degrees warmer than they will be tonight. That humidity begins to be noticed on Thursday, as highs climb to the lower 80s. We’ll also see an increase in afternoon and evening t-storms on Thursday, though they will be very isolated.
T-storms will be a bit more numerous on Friday, Saturday and Sunday as a front drops closer. I’ll have more details on that tomorrow. Just know that storms may affect your weekend outdoor plans. Right now, Saturday looks to be the wettest day but don’t hang your hat on that forecast just yet.
This morning we noticed a strong tropical wave coming off the coast of Africa. It’s still a bit early for development over that part of the Atlantic but we saw Tropical Storm Bret just last week that developed in this area. There’s no chance of it becoming a tropical storm in the next couple of days, but that chance increases when we run the models out to 5 days. I’ll keep an eye on it!