83 °FMostly Cloudy, Chance T-Storms
61 °FPartly Cloudy
84 °FMostly Sunny
57 °FMostly Clear
Issued: 9am on Saturday, August 26th 2023
Currently, a level of warmer air has trapped a good deal of moisture in the region, which has been the cause of the humid weather we’ve been subjected to over the past few days, this has caused temperatures to be more uncomfortable than normal, and left opportunity for fog to develop in the region. This morning, there could still be some dense fog lingering around, especially in upslope areas on the hills. Today should be the worst of it, though, since we’re expected to have some drier air come to our rescue here by tonight, but not before this moisture also brings us a chance at some isolated thunderstorms this afternoon. These storms are not expected to be severe for this region.
Following today, we settle into a pattern of drier air, and high pressure, leaving skies mostly clear and temperatures feeling a lot nicer, peaking in the mid-eighties. This pattern will persist for a few days, and we are expected to see a dry week ahead of us, with the potential for a shake up on Tuesday evening when a moisture-starved low pressure system will track through the region, and could cause some thunderstorms for us before high pressure takes hold again for the end of the week.
Today it will be mostly cloudy with a 30% chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Winds from the N at 0 to 5 mph. High 83°F
Tonight it will be partly cloudy with no precipitation. Winds from the N at 5 to 10 mph. Low 61°F
Sunday it will be mostly sunny with no precipitation. Winds from the NNE at 5 to 10 mph. High 84°F
Sunday Night it will be mostly clear with no precipitation. Winds from the N at 5 to 10 mph. Low 57°F
Monday it will be sunny with no precipitation. High near 85°F with a low near 56°F
Tuesday it will be sunny with no precipitation. High near 85°F with a low near 57°F
Wednesday it will be sunny with no precipitation. High near 82°F with a low near 52°F