Today: Partly sunny, seasonal. 85-90. | Tonight: Partly cloudy, comfortable. 66-72. | Tomorrow: Partly to mostly cloudy. Isolated storm. 84-89. | Get Express Forecast by E-mail
Today (Thursday): With the warm front well to our south, we see enough high pressure today to offer up partly sunnyskies, seasonal temperatures (mid-to-upper 80s), and relatively low humidity. Afternoon dew points should be like yesterday with upper 50s and low 60s. Light breezes won’t cause any trouble. Confidence: Medium-high
Tonight: Partly cloudy and comfortable. Lows range from the middle 60s in the outer suburbs to the low 70s in the city. Light winds again. Confidence: Medium-high
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Tomorrow (Friday): We start to slowly ratchet up the humidity today, but an increase in cloud cover (partly to mostly cloudy skies) should hold temperatures to just the mid-to-upper 80s. A 20% chance of mainly afternoon or evening thunderstorms is also back in play as the warm front edges back toward us. Confidence: Medium
Tomorrow night: Possible lingering widely scattered showers or storms (20% chance), but otherwise, the night should be a tad more humid under partly cloudy skies as temperatures bottom out in the upper 60s to low 70s. Confidence: Medium
Saturday and Sunday find increasing humidity, partly cloudy skies, slightly hotter temperatures, and an increased risk of thunderstorms. Highs should range in the upper 80s to low 90s with moderate to sometimes higher humidity levels. The 40% risk of scattered thunderstorms is mainly during the afternoon and evening, but we should be wary throughout the period. Like earlier this week, this type of air mass generates slow-moving drenchers. Confidence: Medium
Monday manages more of the same, but with slightly hotter temperatures. Expect highs in the low-to-mid 90s with yet another 40% risk of thunderstorms especially by afternoon as they capitalize on the heat and humidity of the day. Confidence: Low-Medium