High pressure continues to build in tonight, keeping our skies generally clear. This will allow temperatures to dip to more comfortable levels, in the low-60s overnight. It will be a very warm day Saturday, with inland temperatures once again soaring into the upper 80s, but not too humid. Saturday will be mostly sunny, with just some higher clouds building in late.
Things get a little more “iffy” Sunday. Partial morning sun will give way to more clouds during the afternoon along with a chance of a shower or thundershower, but there should be a lot of rain-free time. Overall, a quiet weather pattern is expected during the first half of next week, with continued unseasonably warm temperatures. There are some signs that somewhat more autumn-like readings could be heading our way toward the end of next week.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Mostly to Partly Clear, more comfortable overnight. Some river valley fog develops. Wind: SW 4-8/calm. Low: 64 city, 57 valleys.
SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny, Very Warm. Some high clouds late, remaining dry. Wind: E 3-6, High: 83-88, Chance of a spotty thunderstorm after midnight, Low: 67
SUNDAY: Mix of clouds and sunshine, few scattered showers and thunderstorms develop toward the afternoon. High: 86, Low: 67
MONDAY: Partly to Mostly Sunny, High: 83, Low: 65.
TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 84. Chance of showers at night, Low: 66.
WEDNESDAY: Partly Sunny, chance of a shower, High: 80, Low: 63.
THURSDAY: Partly Sunny, not as warm High: 75, Low: 55.
FRIDAY: Partly Sunny: High: 73.