PM Update: Drying out for the weekend
No 90s Sat and Sun, might return after
No big storms, no big heat -- a good way to end the work week, even though we have some clouds and showers around today. Afternoon readings are ranging from the mid-70s to around 80, and for some this is the first time highs have been stuck in the 70s since early June. As we kick off the weekend, the shower threat should wind down this evening, leaving us with a fairly pleasant (especially compared to recently) couple of days ahead.
Through Tonight: The risk of some showers continues into the early evening, but the threat will wane as the hours press on, so it should be mostly dry prior late-night activity time. Looking skyward on the last night of the Perseid meteor shower? Good luck, you're going to need it as skies remain rather cloudy. Temperatures slowly fall back through the 70s on their way to lows in the mid-60s for the suburbs to near 70 downtown.
Tomorrow (Saturday): Saturday looks pretty decent if you don't mind a few clouds. The day should be partly sunny overall, but I would not be shocked if we saw more clouds than not -- these marine air masses are often hard to dislodge. Temperatures should rise a bit higher than today, into the mid-80s most spots.
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