Clouds will begin to increase tonight, with a slight chance of some patchy drizzle or a stray shower for our southern and eastern areas by early Sunday morning. Lows will range from the upper 40s to lower 50s.
Strong southerly winds return for Sunday, which will help filter in some warmer temperatures. Winds will be sustained from 10 to 20 mph, with gusts exceeding 25 mph at times. More sun than clouds, and those strong southerly winds, will help high temperatures climb anywhere from the upper 70s to middle 80s for tomorrow. We could see some daily high temperatures records tied, if not broken tomorrow. The daily record high for tomorrow here in the Capital City is 82°, which was set back in 1907. We’re forecasting a high of 84° for tomorrow, so we have a good shot of breaking that 110-year-old record!
A dry cold front will pass through for Monday, bumping highs back down into the 60s. Rain could move in as early as Tuesday, with a better chance of rain for Wednesday through Friday. As it stands right now, some thunderstorm development is possible for Thursday and Friday. Even with the rain and storm chances, temperatures will stay mild in the 50s and 60s beyond Monday.