TONIGHT: Mostly clear to partly cloudy with lows in the mid-upper 50s.
TOMORROW: Mostly sunny and comfortable with highs in the lower 80s.
EXTENDED: Easterly winds continue to keep temperatures right around average or just above the next few days with lower humidity through Memorial Day. Expect slightly warmer temperatures on Monday with a few clouds as we reach the mid-upper 80s. We'll get into a blocking pattern next week with low pressure trapped underneath the upper level jet stream that will be fixed to our north. This means temperatures will have the chance to reach 10 degrees above average around 90 for much of the week, with limited chances for organized showers and storms. However, there will be a daily chance of air mass type thunderstorms that are triggered by the heat and humidity of the day between Wednesday and Friday. These will be isolated in nature and not everyone will see rain. If storms do develop, they'll lose intensity and dissipate each evening as the sun sets.