There will probably be more clouds than stars tonight, so temperatures will be a bit warmer than the past few nights. There could be a leftover shower that moves through during the evening or overnight, but any showers will be spotty in nature so many areas will remain dry. Dew points will slowly climb through the night, so you'll notice more humidity when you wake up tomorrow morning. Lows tonight will be in the low to mid 60s.
Wednesday will be humid with scattered showers and thunderstorms. It won't be raining everywhere at all times, and you may even see a few breaks of sun. However, when it does rain, it could rain hard, so it might be a good idea to have the umbrella handy. Highs will be around or just above 80 degrees in most locations.
Thursday will be warmer as we sit in the warm sector (the area behind the warm front and ahead of the cold front). It will be a humid day with hazy sun, but showers and thunderstorms are possible due to an abundance of moisture in the atmosphere.
Friday will probably feel the most uncomfortable as dew points climb into the low 70s. The cold front will stall to our north and west, so scattered showers and thunderstorms will be around for most of the day. Again, it could rain hard at times since there is so much moisture in the atmosphere.
We'll make a run at 90 degrees on Saturday, but luckily it won't be quite as humid as on Friday. Humidity will decrease on Sunday and should stay at comfortable levels through early next week.
7 AM 67 degrees, Humid
Noon 77 degrees, Scattered Showers & Storms
5 PM high 81 degrees, Scattered Showers & Storms
Sunrise 6:05 AM
Sunset 8:07 PM