After a couple of hectic rounds of storms a more tranquil weather pattern began Friday and is continuing into the weekend. A frontal boundary is pushing across the area allowing drier air to settle in with high pressure. There is still enough moisture around for some isolated storms to form along the sea breeze, but overall we will stay mostly dry with less humid conditions moving in for Sunday.
Moisture will pick back up as we head into the work week and expect more scattered to isolated storms each day as the high breaks down a little bit more with the passing of time. Overall the forecast looks pretty good with relatively low rain chances for the start of the week.
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