We had ourselves a nice little Friday in the weather world. Skies had a solid mix of sun & clouds with a couple late day showers & thunderstorms. Friday night, all of those showers end and we see another round of fog form overnight. Fog will be thickest near rivers and will get thicker as temperatures fall into the upper 50s & low 60s.
Saturday will be beautiful. We’ll get into the low 70s by 10am while the fog thins out. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny during the afternoon with no shot at rain. Meanwhile, highs climb into the upper 70s & low 80s and humidity stays manageable. Complaints? Saturday night, quiet weather continues. Skies will be partly to mostly clear with lows in the upper 50s & low 60s again. We’ll also keep the chance at areas of fog forming near rivers, careful if you’re out late.
Sunday, things start to change but it’s actually looking better. The day will start dry no matter what but as the day goes on we’ll watch clouds get thicker. All week we’ve been watching a storm that looked to spread over the northeast once we hit Sunday afternoon. Now, it looks like the storm will be delayed a bit and that will likely keep the rain away until Sunday night. I’m still going with a slim chance at showers Sunday afternoon but I’d keep the plans you’ve got. While all that is happening, highs will get into the middle & upper 70s.
Sunday night & Monday & Tuesday, widespread showers and perhaps a few thunderstorms will be with us. We’ll be clear again by Monday.
Make it a great weekend!
-Meteorologist Sean Parker