A beautiful Saturday is in store for all of us!
We did see more sunshine Friday afternoon as a weak, little disturbance moved to the south of us. It did, however, bring some clouds and a few showers to the region last night and this morning. But behind it, high pressure, our fair weather friend, will bring us just that as we head into *most* of the weekend. And…cooler and less humid has arrived. While the cooler temperatures will stick around for a while, the low humidity likely will not.
Tonight: Fair skies and pleasant with lows in the upper 50s.
Saturday: Mainly sunny and very nice (cool temperatures, low humidity) with highs in the lower 80s.
Sunday will likely start out dry with some sun to enjoy. But, by afternoon, clouds will thicken a bit and pop-up showers or storms will form. As of now, the zone that may have the highest chance for rain to close out the weekend will be the NRV. Temperatures will hold in the lower 80s.
A better chance for t-showers will move in on Monday. As a matter of fact, that may be our best chance for rain over the next week or so. It will be a mostly cloudy day with scattered showers and storms around, especially after lunch-time. Temperatures will drop into the upper 70s on both Monday and Tuesday. More clouds than sun are in the forecast for Tuesday, and although the opportunity for rain will be lower than Monday, hit-or-miss showers or storms will still form. We will dry out as we head into the mid-to-late portions of the next work week. Wednesday through Friday will all see a mix of sun and clouds with a couple of rogue showers or storms possible each afternoon. Temperatures all three days will top out around 80 degrees.