A very active weather pattern will keep isolated showers in the forecast throughout the day. The key word is “isolated” as many areas may not even see a drop of rain but the potential (about a 20% chance) is there for an afternoon shower or two to return after the morning isolated showers diminish. Expect a mild and muggy day with highs in the upper 80s. The isolated shower activity should wane after sunset tonight with partly cloudy skies and patchy fog late. Lows drop to the upper 60s.
A weak front may bring yet another round of scattered showers Thursday but, like today, it won’t be a widespread or all-day type of thing. Highs tomorrow are in the upper 80s again. A stronger cold front arrives from late Friday bringing widespread showers and storms. An upper level trough follows bringing a much cooler and wet day Saturday dragging our temperatures to the upper 60s/lower 70s for highs this weekend. For now, Saturday looks like a wet, cool, cloudy day with lower shower chances Sunday.
Have a wonderful Wednesday.
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