Today should be similar to yesterday albeit a bump in temps back into the upper 80s to 90 as weak upper level high-pressure passes just to our north. As this high pressure slides farther east, southerly flow wrapping around its west side will gradually bring dew-points back up into the lower 70s. This, combined with above normal temps, will bring back the chance for rain. Not looking at widespread rain, but scattered showers and a few thunderstorms will be possible Thursday.
A cold front will move through the area Friday evening into Friday night. Not totally sold on its potency to the local area because last week’s and yesterday’s fronts were both not nearly as cold as they were advertised to be days out. Post frontal cooling should be relatively short, most likely just a day, before southerly moist air returns along with warming temps.