An upper-air disturbance brought scattered showers and a few gusty storms this afternoon and evening at the end of a fairly cloudy day, but the weather will quiet down in a drier northwesterly flow tonight.
The week will start off seasonably warm and pleasant, as high pressure builds in from the west. However, the heat will return with another dome of high-pressure ridge aloft midweek. As the humidity rises, scattered storms are likely Thursday through Sunday.
Evening: Showers southeast, breezy.
Tonight: Some clearing, less humid. Low 64
Monday: Mostly sunny, seasonal. High 82
Tuesday: Sunny, warm. High 84 (63)
Wednesday: Sunny, warm. High 90 (66)
Thursday: More clouds, muggy, showers, storm. High 90 (71)
Friday: Hot, steamy, storm. High 93 (70)
Saturday: Mix sun and clouds, muggy, pop-up storms, sticky. High 91 (72)