Tonight: We will continue to see clear skies throughout the overnight hours with temperatures dropping down to 65 degrees. Winds continue out of the northeast at 5-10 mph.
Tomorrow: Monday looks to be a very similar story to the past two days as the high tops out at 92 degrees with winds continuing out of the northeast. We will continue to see mostly clear skies. Thankfully, our dewpoint temperature will be in the upper 50's so we will see a decrease in the humidity.
Extended: Temperatures take a marginal decrease to the upper 80's by Tuesday and Wednesday with mostly clear skies. By Thursday early morning, clouds begin to build in and we see chances of spotty showers and thunderstorms increase. These storms push out by noon with partly cloudy skies taking over. Friday night will be the biggest threat for stronger thunderstorms as a line of storms pushes through in the late afternoon and evening. Saturday we see another day of spotty showers and storms.