Forecast: High Pressure Keeps Fay Away
Next few days as nice as August gets
Sure, this summer has had its usual fair share of heat and humidity. But it has also been marked by several significant stretches of comfortable temperatures and refreshingly dry air. Another such stretch begins today, courtesy of a sprawling area of high pressure that is looking more and more like it will suppress Tropical Storm Fay -- and rains that would be quite beneficial for area lawns -- well to the south.
Partly to mostly sunny. Very low humidity. Low 80s. Partly to mostly sunny skies will lift temperatures from morning lows in the low-to-mid 60s to afternoon highs in the delicious low 80s. Breezes will be light (around 10 mph) from the northeast. And the humidty? -- non-existent. Tonight, mostly clear with lows in the low 60s downtown, mid-to-upper 50s in the burbs.
Keep reading for the forecast through the weekend. Also, will you be our Weather Checker?
Mostly sunny. Low humidity. Low-to-mid 80s. Another gorgeous day: Sunny skies, low humidity, highs in the low-to-mid 80s, and a nice breeze around 10 mph from the east. Overnight, mostly clear with lows in the mid 60s downtown and near 60 in the suburbs.
Spectacular weather continues on Friday with mostly sunny skies, highs in the mid 80s, and humidity still on the low side. Confidence: Medium-High
Humidity begins to make a comeback Saturday, but still I think we're only talking the low-to-moderate range. Partly to mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid 80s will make for another rather fantastic day. Confidence: Medium
Sunday should stay partly to mostly sunny. But a little warmer -- upper 80s -- and more humid. Confidence: Medium
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