CommuteCast: A Nice Change of Pace
Warm and dry replaces hot, humid and stormy
For a change, temperatures this afternoon are climbing through the mid to upper 80s, rather than the mid to upper 90s, under mostly sunny skies. Meanwhile, a now-diminished breeze from the north has dropped dewpoints to the comfortable mid 50s. All in all, a much more pleasant drive home than in recent days, and a nice evening for outdoor activities.
Tonight: Clear skies continue with temperatures falling back into the 70s after sunset (8:34 p.m.), then down to overnight lows in the upper 60s downtown and low 60s in the burbs. Winds will be light or calm.
Tomorrow: Another sunny day with highs 85-90. The humidity will remain fairly comfortable but slightly increased thanks to light winds out of the east and southeast.
When will humidity and storm chances make their return? See Dan's full forecast through the weekend.
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