Some patchy fog has once again developed this morning, but most of that will thin out shortly after sunrise. Otherwise, more clouds will move in today as opposed to the last couple of days, but still periods of sunshine are expected. High temperatures may not break out of the upper 70s in spots, with low 80s mixing in, as well.
Isolated rain chances could return as early as this evening, with hit-or-miss showers possible overnight, as well. Otherwise, we’re tracking increasing cloud cover, with mostly cloudy conditions for tonight to go along with lows in the 60s.
That isolated rain chance spills over into Saturday morning, as well as possible redevelopment late Saturday afternoon into the evening. Overall though, we’re not tracking anything more than some hit-or-miss showers and storms.
Otherwise, the holiday weekend itself will be a bit more on the toasty side as highs are expected to top out in the lower 90s for Sunday and Monday under mostly sunny skies.
That warmth will be short-lived though, as our next potent cold front swings through late on Labor Day. That frontal passage will not only slash temperatures back down into the 70s for Tuesday and Wednesday, but also provide an isolated rain chance for late Monday into Tuesday.