Showers and storms will continue to push through the area tonight as a cold front moves through. Any storms that develop could contain heavy rain and lightning and strong winds. It will remain mild and muggy overnight. Areas of fog are likely.
Scattered showers will linger throughout the day Monday. There will be some dry times, so don't cancel your plans. Just have the umbrella handy as the best chance of a pop up shower will be from mid morning through the afternoon as cold air aloft stirs up the clouds. There may even be a rumble of thunder, but no severe weather is expected. Temperatures will be cooler in the mid 70s, low 70s expected along the coast. Humidity will be dropping, so it will become more comfortable as the day goes on.
By Tuesday we gain more sunshine back, it will be nice and warmer with highs close to 80s degrees. It will be a few degrees warmer by Wednesday, but we'll add a few more clouds too. We bring back the rain chance Wednesday night into Thursday. As we head into Friday and next weekend we will be facing a major warm up with temperatures reaching the 90s! Heat advisories may need to be issued with an increase in humidity. There will be some places, especially inland that have the potential of a heatwave, which is at least 3 consecutive days of 90 degrees or higher.
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