Ready or not, here comes more sunshine and warmth. Unfortunately, the mugginess accompanies it. And there is still a small, nonzero chance for a late shower or thunderstorm.
Thursday, patchy morning fog clears. Then, becoming mostly sunny. The temp reaches the low to mid 80s with a light southwest wind of 5-10 mph. The dew point again stalls in the low to mid 60s, giving the air a bit of a heavy, steamy feel. There’s a small chance after sunset and before midnight for a shower or thunderstorm to pop up near the Canadian border. However, most everyone else stays dry all day. Partly cloudy tonight. Near 60 degrees.
Friday starts out mostly sunny, but clouds increase during the afternoon, with then a chance for a few late day showers. The temp reaches the low 80s. Saturday and Sunday are more unsettled. It’s not a repeat of last weekend with more clouds hanging around and scattered showers (along with a thunderstorm or two) blossoming both days. Mid to upper 70s.
Have a great day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault