Good Monday. We are starting the day with patchy fog and light drizzles. Temps are in the 60s this morning. Dew points are also in the 60s. Areas where the dew point dips to meet the actual temperature is where we will have fog developing.
A slow moving front will keep the chance for spotty showers and storms in the forecast through this afternoon as we reach a high of 83. As with this weekend, today won't be a washout, but we will have occasional periods of rain followed by a couple hours of dry weather. Then maybe another shower or storm moves through. Just be ready.
Tuesday the front will have passed through and we will dry out with partly cloudy skies and a high of 84.
Wednesday we will see clouds developing along a stationary front, but the rain chance will be low, only 20% for Wednesday evening. The high for the day will be 85.
We will stay in the mid 80s Thursday and Friday also with partly cloudy skies and no rain in the forecast.
We will slightly warm into the upper 80s over the weekend with a few showers each afternoon.
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8am... Patchy Fog / Drizzles, 67
Noon... Scattered Showers / Storms, 78
5pm... Scattered Showers / Storms, 83