PM Update: Some Clouds, But Still Dry For Now
Warm, a little muggy Tuesday; showers or storms late
After an unsettled few days, today has been a nice respite. High pressure building in overhead has kept the area dry, though some cloudiness has kept things from heating up too much. Highs have reached the mid 70s in most locations, and pleasant conditions will last through the evening as clouds tend to dissipate.
Tonight: The drier air of today will allow for cooler readings overnight. Expect temperatures to drop to the mid 50s in the suburbs and to right around 60 in the cities. Skies should be mostly clear, though isolated areas of fog are possible late at night into the early morning.
Tomorrow: We start Tuesday mostly sunny and dry. A brief resumption of a moisture-laden flow from the south will bring increasing clouds and the chance of showers or thunderstorms by late afternoon and early evening. Before any rain arrives, highs will reach the upper 70s to around 80. The best chances for widespread activity look to remain north of the area. A risk of precipitation should last into the night.
See Jason's full forecast through the weekend.
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