Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo
Thursday will feature times of clouds and sunshine along with a cool breeze. While there will be a shower in a few spots, most of us and much of the time should be rain free. Temperatures Thursday will only reach to the 60s to near 70 which is well below the average high temperature which is closer to 80. Thursday night will be cool with just patchy clouds and lows near 50. Friday will be another relatively cool day for this time of the year despite partial sunshine. Highs will be near or just above 70 but that will feel warmer in the sun. An area of high pressure will settle over the region Friday night and set the stage for a very chilly night. With a clear sky and light winds, temperatures will drop into the 40s. Saturday will start off with sunshine but as this high shifts to the east, clouds will start to make a return. Temperatures will make a rebound well into the 70s, perhaps near 80 in spots. A disturbance will some clouds along with showers and thunderstorms on Sunday. Behind that disturbance we'll turn warmer and more humid through the beginning of next week. Each day Monday through Wednesday will bring a mix of clouds and hazy sunshine. Temperatures will reach to near or just above 80 on Monday and then into the lower to middle 80s Tuesday and the middle 80s on Wednesday. Once the warm air returns, it will stick around through the rest of next week. The nights will also turn muggier with lows in the 60s.
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