If you enjoyed today’s muggy, windy weather, you’ll likely enjoy the rest of the week and start of next. Dewpoints have climbed into the upper 60s, so we won’t see any nights south of 69 degrees until next week! In fact, that’s tonight’s low, and by tomorrow night it’ll be in the low 70s.
TOMORROW AFTERNOON WILL COOL SLIGHTLY DUE TO INCREASING CLOUD COVER AND RAIN CHANCES.
Not expecting anything organized, but a shortwave low pressure feature will enhance daytime heating activity, so expect a few showers during the hottest part of the day. Only showers are expected, but an isolated thunderstorm can’t be ruled out. Rain chances fall back to “slight” by the weekend, but linger there as temperatures climb into the upper 80s by Monday. At that point we’ll finally get some relief from a cold front, but it won’t be much.