SATURDAY: We’ll wake up to partly cloudy skies and that’s how we’ll stay for the most part throughout the day. We’ll see temperatures climb back into the middle 80s as those muggy conditions stick around, despite northeast winds up to 10 -12 mph . We’re still tracking a cut-off low-pressure system, responsible for the winds out of the northeast and could move a shower or two through some of our southeastern counties this afternoon, but most of us stay dry.
TONIGHT: We’ll keep those partly cloudy skies around, allowing temperatures to fall back into the middle 60s . If winds back off enough we could see some patchy fog develop, but don’t anticipate it being much of a problem.
EXTENDED: This nuisance low-pressure system keeps spinning in our vicinity Sunday, but like today, most of us will stay dry. That system eventually pulls off to the northeast, as a dry cold front slides through, with the effects being felt Monday as temperatures top out in the upper 70s , with humidity coming down. Our next chance of rain moves through Wednesday when an upper low digs in from the north. This will keep temperatures cooler than average through the remainder of the work week.