TONIGHT: Mostly clear with patchy fog developing. Lows in the upper 50s to around 60.
TOMORROW: Mostly sunny and hot with highs in the mid-80s.
EXTENDED: We ended up with a couple spotty storms late last night that gave us just under 0.25" in Columbia, leaving us dry for the rest of September. We'll likely end the month more than 3" below average on rainfall and hotter than average with 80s continuing. We'll see patchy fog develop overnight that could become more dense in river valleys, and mostly sunny skies tomorrow afternoon. Friday and Saturday will be hot, with highs in the upper 80s and a feels-like temperature near 90. We don't see much budging in the pattern through early next week, as high temperatures remain in the mid-80s through Wednesday. We could see the blocking pattern break down as low pressure busts through the jet stream late next week, with potential rain chances by next Thursday along with cooler temperatures.