Sunshine, warm temperatures and humidity have taken us through our Thursday. Come Friday, we'll have the warm temperatures and humidity, but the sunshine will be mixed with a few more clouds. Highs top out in the low to mid 80s.
This comes ahead of a slow-moving front that will be a big player in our weekend weather. Ahead of that front, we can't rule out a few spotty downpours Friday afternoon or early evening. Most high school football games go untouched.
As the front looms closer Saturday, the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms increases later in the day. This allows enough time to warm into the upper 70s and low 80s. This front camps out over the region, as the wedge sets up shop Sunday and Monday.
This will mean high temperatures in the 60s, more cloud cover and some pockets of light rain, fog and drizzle.
The wedge should slowly break up by Tuesday, as winds push in from the south. The chance for rain is minimal, with better chances to the north and east. Temperatures should warm into the 70s to perhaps near 80 degrees.
A stronger front presses forward Wednesday and Thursday, with the better chance of rain likely on Wednesday. After the front moves east, cooler and drier air will wrap up the month of September and get October started off with quite the fall feel.