A few clouds this evening, warm and muggy overnight with patchy fog. Partly cloudy early morning with increasing clouds during the day, expect a few showers or isolated storm early but a better chance late afternoon and evening. There is a small threat for a few evening storms to become strong. The approaching front will slide through on Friday, ahead of it clouds linger in the morning with some showers possible then clearing for the second half of Friday. We stay dry Friday night and Saturday morning with increasing clouds by Saturday late afternoon and a slight chance of a few stray showers. Otherwise the weekend stays dry with sunshine Sunday and warmer temperatures. The weather seems to stay nice to start the work week off for the solar eclipse Monday afternoon. Rain and thunder return to the forecast by Tuesday evening into Wednesday.
Tonight: Few clouds, a few stray showers possible, patchy fog, low 67.
Thursday: Partly cloudy becoming cloudy in the afternoon with isolated showers and thunderstorms, warm, humid, scattered storms in the evening, high 85.
Friday: Scattered morning showers and clouds, becoming partly sunny, low 70, high 83.
Saturday: Times of sun and clouds, clouds late in the day with a few stray showers, low 65, high 80.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, low 63, high 84.
Monday: Mostly sunny, low 65, high 86.
Tuesday: Partly sunny becoming cloudy later in the day, showers and storms develop towards evening, low 67, high 86.
Wednesday: Morning clouds with showers and possible thunder becoming partly cloudy later in the day, low 67, high 80.
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