10 Day Forecast

  • Sunday

    83° / 56°
    Sunny to Partly Cloudy 20%
  • Monday

    78° / 55°
    Sunny to Partly Cloudy 20%
  • Tuesday

    74° / 53°
    Few Showers 40%
  • Wednesday

    81° / 58°
    Mostly Sunny 0%
  • Thursday

    87° / 70°
    Mostly Sunny 0%
  • Friday

    91° / 70°
    Shower or T-Storm 40%
  • Saturday

    89° / 68°
    Showers or T-Storms 40%
  • Sunday

    84° / 66°
    Showers or T-Storm 30%
  • Monday

    83° / 64°
    Some Sunshine 0%
  • Tuesday

    84° / 62°
    Partly Cloudy 0%
Weather Forecast Discussion

Mostly sunny and seasonable today with low humidity; a brief shower in spots

Mostly sunny tomorrow; a brief shower in spots

TODAY: Sunny to partly cloudy, nice with low humidity (isolated shower, especially north). High: 83

TONIGHT: Mainly clear and comfortable (isolated shower early, mainly north). Low: 56

MONDAY: Sunny to partly cloudy, pleasant with low humidity (PM shower/t-storm, especially north). High: 78 Low: 55

A beautiful start this Sunday morning with sunshine. Sunshine continues into the afternoon as high temperatures reach the seasonable, low 80s with low humidity. There may be a few clouds around and even a shower this afternoon into this evening. Otherwise, tonight is another comfortable night with clear skies and low temperatures in the mid 50s.

Monday and Tuesday will be cooler as highs only reach the mid to upper 70s. These temperatures are still very pleasant, just cooler for summertime standards. Look for mostly sunny skies on Monday and partly sunny skies on Tuesday. Both days will still have a shower or t-storm around, maybe a couple more on Tuesday.

Then temperatures will rebound the rest of the week.  By Friday, high temperatures could soar into the low 90s as the humidity increases as well. So the weekend, right now is looking seasonably warm and humid.


Historical Averages

High Low
Current 83°F 56°F
Average 81°F 60°F
Record 98°F June 25, 1923 46°F June 25, 1979

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