Another warm night is on tap for tonight with overnight lows dropping off only into the upper 70s. Skies remain mostly clear though, to go along with southerly winds at about 10 to 20 mph.
Those breezy southerly winds won’t budge much for the next few days. The second half of your weekend will be a near copycat of the first half with it being mostly sunny, humid and breezy. Sustained southerly winds at 15 to 25 mph will once again pump in humid air to make it a bit more on the humid side. However, those winds will also provide some relief as temperatures climb into the low 90s.
Much of the same is expected for both Monday and Tuesday with strong southerly winds, humid air, mostly sunny skies, and temperatures in the low 90s. It’s not until Wednesday when our next front pushes through, filtering in drier air behind it, but it’ll also bring the return of storm chances. Even though we’ll get a break from the humidity midweek, the same can’t be said for our above average temperatures. High temperatures are still expected to be near that 90 degree mark for the next several days.