TONIGHT: Partly cloudy to mostly clear. Lows in the upper 50s.
TOMORROW: Few more clouds, but skies remain fairly hazy due to ongoing wildfires and associated smoke drifting in our direction along the jet stream. Highs in the low to mid-80s.
EXTENDED: The remnants of Hurricane Sally will stay well to our south, but potentially send a few more clouds in our direction. Rain mainly stays south with this system, but another cold front will quickly approach on Wednesday night into Thursday morning from the north. This will bring some much more fall-like air to the region for the end of the week. Dew points will take a huge hit, falling into the 40s and 50s. Along with the lower humidity, temperatures will fall into the low to mid-70s for highs with evening temperatures dropping into the low 50s. Next week, the pattern looks zonal to start, meaning winds will flow from west to east in the upper levels of the atmosphere, limiting disturbances that could bring rain chances.