SUNDAY NIGHT: Becoming Partly Cloudy, Patchy Fog Possible After Midnight, Light Wind, Low: 67
MONDAY: Patchy Fog Possible Early, Mostly Sunny, Light Wind, High: 89
MONDAY NIGHT: Partly Cloudy, Light Wind, Low: 68
Storm Team Meteorologist
SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 2015
NORMAL HIGH: 84
NORMAL LOW: 61
RECORD HIGH: 98 (1947)
RECORD LOW: 48 (1986)
SUNRISE: 6:25 a.m.
SUNSET: 7:34 p.m.
Today has been a little warmer than yesterday, as expected. We've also seen some very light, spotty showers pop up in the viewing area. As we get into tonight we will see decreasing clouds...which will leave most of the area partly cloudy into early tomorrow morning. With light wind and plenty of low-level moisture in place don't be surprised if patchy fog develops after midnight into tomorrow morning.
The patchy fog in the morning tomorrow could be thick enough to limit visibilities on roadways. So you will want to be on the safe side and plan to give you extra time to get where you are going in the morning tomorrow. And please remember to use your headlights in the fog. That will help other drivers see you better in the fog...and it is also the law.
Once the patchy fog clears through the morning tomorrow we are expecting mostly sunny skies...for days. As it looks right now even next weekend will bring lots of sunshine. Late Sunday into the first part of next week will bring our next chance for rain in the area. Before then...both heat and humidity will be rising.
Monday through next Sunday will see high temperatures around 90. Factoring in the humidity we can expect the heat index any given afternoon to hit the lower to middle 90's...and possibly even upper 90's on some days. Certainly survivable levels of heat but if you're going to be outdoors for long stretches this next week do what you can to keep yourself healthy. Find shade when you can and be sure to keep hydrated with plenty of WATER.
THE 7-DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK: High temperatures Monday through next Sunday will stay around 90. Overnight lows will stay in the mid to upper 60's for the next week or so.
Storm Team 20 Meteorologist