Dry weather for Thursday and Friday, but we’re tracking some changes for the beginning of the weekend.
A high pressure system will help to keep us dry for the rest of Thursday and into Friday with highs in the upper 70s. A warm front along a low pressure system is expected to move East into the region late Friday evening, which could bring some scattered showers and maybe even a thunderstorm.
The timing of the front could make for a wet Saturday. Although this isn’t a washout, there will be a chance of a few showers. Data Thursday morning pointed towards Sat morning as the most likely time to see showers.
A cold front will still be to our West as we begin Sunday which could bring an isolated shower, but most, if not all of Sunday looks to be dry.
This front will bring more comfortable weather with dew points in the mid to lower 50’s. A refreshing feel for mid August!
If you’re planning on heading to the beach this weekend, some patchy fog is possible in the mornings. Sunday looks like it will be the better day with temps in the upper 70’s and drier skies.