Muggy and warm conditions with highs making it into the middle to upper 80s today will be replaced as winds shift to the north and cooler air filters in. Some locations will drop into the 60s by this evening.
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Our first Fall front is due to arrive later today! We will be warm and humid ahead of the front with highs hitting the upper 80s in the early afternoon. As the front passes, we’ll see a few storms and a sharp drop in temperatures by the evening hours. Breezy and cooler conditions are on tap for Tue
There’s plenty of moisture still around so we could see some fog again Monday morning depending on how breezy and cloudy it is early. Most of the day will will be warm once again starting out in the upper 60s and low 70s with highs in the 80s, but a cold front drops temps significantly.
We will finish the weekend out with rather pleasant conditions as temperatures hover around average in the middle 80s with just a stray shower or two around. The big change comes late Monday as the first true fall front pushes through the region.
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Clouds will give way to some peeks of sunshine today with highs in the low 80s. Over the weekend, we’ll warm up with highs reaching the mid to upper 80s. A stray shower can’t be ruled out, but most will stay dry.Our first true Fall front will arrive early next week!