TONIGHT: Increasing clouds with stray showers. Low 68F.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with stray showers. High 85F.
An east wind from the Atlantic Ocean develops overnight and will add more moisture to the area to produce more clouds and a few showers overnight. Wednesday morning starts cloudy and will limit our temperatures to the lower 80s for Wednesday afternoon. A shower could occur Wednesday, but I anticipate much of the region to stay dry.
Best chances for showers and storms will be Thursday as an area of low pressure develops along the front to bring showers Thursday morning and a chance for storms Thursday evening. Colder air from Canada sinks southward Friday evening and could bring one last chance for storms as we end the workweek. We’ll certainly feel a drop in the humidity this weekend with a comfortably cooler breeze for Saturday. Enjoy the dry and comfy weekend before the heat returns next week with highs reaching 90F by midweek.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder