Only change from the pattern of the last few days was a few more clouds, and they didn’t last long. They began popping up around mid-afternoon, but by the early evening had already dissipated. Expect these mostly clear skies to carry on for the rest of the night, low falling to around 76. Likely going to be more patchy, predominantly inland fog, but won’t be a major issue. Tomorrow will be nice and sunny again, but will also see a few more clouds.
Still expecting dry weather, but that heat and humidity isn’t going anywhere.
The temperature will increase slightly, so even higher heat indices are likely. Expect them near 105 at the hottest, but it’ll warm even more Saturday before a weak front moves through. That means we will be very close to heat advisory levels, so please enjoy the outdoors with caution. Saturday and Sunday will only see isolated afternoon showers for your Labor Day weekend, and rain chances only increase into next week.