8/23 – Rob’s “Beautiful” Friday-Eve Forecast

With the weak front that moved through the area yesterday, drier conditions are expected for the next couple of days as high pressure builds into the area. Temperatures are still expected to top out in the afternoons near or just above 90 but dew-points will be lower than normal, bringing at least some form of relief.

Our drier conditions will not last long, as return flow from the Gulf brings moisture back into the area over the weekend. Rain chances return to the forecast on Saturday as increase a bit more for Sunday as the ridge pushes west. As we move into the new work week, rain chances will continue to be slightly above normal as the ridge remains to the west allowing for onshore flow to continue.

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