High pressure provided a mix of clouds and sunshine, with a slight increase in humidity, to open the month of September on a pleasant note. Afternoon temperatures will edge up into the mid-80s. Skies will gradually clear overnight, allowing readings to cool off into the mid-60s.

Temperatures will average a little above normal during the holiday weekend, as winds turn southerly behind departing high pressure. A gradual increase in moisture and a weak upper-air feature will contribute to scattered showers and storms each day, though coverage will be spotty.

Temperatures will cool off slightly, with highs in the low 80s late in the weekend due to more cloud cover. The threat of scattered showers will continue through Tuesday, until a cold front pushes the moisture farther east around the middle of next week.


  • Tonight: Partly cloudy, mild. Low 65
  • Friday: Mostly sunny, high clouds. High 85
  • Saturday: Mix clouds and sun, pop-up storms. High 86 (67)
  • Sunday: Showers, storm, more clouds. High 84 (67)
  • Monday: Partly sunny, isolated storm p.m. High 83 (66)
  • Tuesday: Partly sunny, few showers. High 83 (65)
  • Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 85 (64)