The warm weather pattern lingers through the week with only spotty storm chances each day
- Tonight: Random evening storm possible, otherwise partly cloudy with some patchy fog. Low: 64°.
- Wednesday: Patchy a.m. fog followed by a partly cloudy afternoon and just a few spotty P.M. storms around (20%). High: 86°.
- Thursday: Remaining partly cloudy and warm with limited P.M. storms (20%). High: 86°.
The warm pattern will linger right through the end of the week into the weekend, but as it gets a little more humid each day through Friday, we could see a few random pop-up storms.
Whatever stray storms we see this evening will quickly fizzle out after sunset leaving a partly cloudy sky and some areas of fog. Lows will dip down into the 60s for most areas.
We will see another warm afternoon Wednesday with a mix of sun and clouds and a slight chance for a few random P.M. storms, especially across the higher terrain areas like the Plateau and Mountains.
This same pattern and forecast will stay with us right through the end of the week with more dry areas than wet and everyone seeing temperatures a little above average for this time of year.
By late weekend into early next week, we should see a more northeasterly flow across the region which will knock temperatures down just a bit and lower relative humidity levels as well.