Tonight: Showers will move out of the area this evening, so the night will be warm and dry. Temperatures will sit in the lower 60s. We’ll see a bit of clearing before midnight, but afterwards, clouds will build over the region. Expect areas of patchy fog overnight and early in the morning. Winds will be light out of the south. Low near 61.
Tomorrow: Wednesday looks to be nice and dry, but a very, very isolated shower cannot be ruled out. The morning will begin with clouds over the area, but by the afternoon, skies will be partly cloudy, allowing for a bit of sunshine. Temperatures will reach the mid to upper 70s. Winds will be southwesterly at 5-10 mph. High near 77.
Extended: Thursday will be another warm and dry day, but showers return this weekend. Right now, it looks like we’ll see showers on Friday and Saturday. There is a chance that we’ll even see showers on Sunday. Over the next six to ten days, we’ll see wetter than average conditions, so keep the umbrellas handy. Overall, temperatures have been much warmer than average, and this trend will continue over the next seven days.