After a week of slightly below normal temperatures and quick passing showers, temperatures really bumb up for the weekend as high pressure settles in making this weekend a perfect one to get away. Tonight will still feature a slight chance of an isolated shower or thunderstorm, but the chances are really diminished as the cut-off low pressure swings off to the west. What's left is a weekend with temperatures near 90-degrees and mostly sunny skies.
Tonight, even though lows will be in the lower 60's, will be the last of the cool-feeling nights. A passing shower or thunderstorm may move quickly, but otherwise skies will be partly cloudy. Starting Saturday, temperatures will be near 90, if not exceeding 90-degrees in a few places. It will be noticeably more humid as well. Skies will be mostly sunny, but hazy. Winds will be breezy at times, from the west at 5 to 15 mph.
Sunday will be even warmer, with temperatures even closer to the 90-degree mark, and again topping that in a few places again. It will be hazy once again and also humid. With a change in airmass Sunday into Monday, an isolated thundershower may slide across the area but otherwise mos throughout the day and night. The start of the next work week will feature some unsettled periods of showers and thunderstorms. Monday's temperatures, and pretty much the rest of the week, will be much more average for this time of year.
Monday will be partly sunny with an isolated thundershower possible. Tuesday will be partly cloudy during most of the day, but increasing clouds late. A shower or thunderstorm cannot be ruled out. Wednesday will be just the opposite, mostly to partly cloudy skies with unsettled weather still hanging around. Thursday, sun and could linger, as do the threat for precipitation. Friday will feature skies that are slowly clearing to partlyvening.