TONIGHT: Clear skies and decreasing northerly winds will provide us with a cool night. You may need a light jacket before heading out early Friday as temperatures will be below average, dropping into the mid to upper 50s.
FRIDAY: It will be a gorgeous end to the work week with abundant sunshine, low humidity and a warm afternoon with highs reaching the lower 80s. We’ll get a break from the wind which will stay at 10-18 mph from the north. Skies will stay clear Friday night and we’ll have another cool night with lows dropping into the upper 50s.
EASTER WEEKEND: Sunshine will be abundant but we’ll see increasing humidity as winds shift to the southeast and increase, becoming gusty in the afternoons. High temperatures will reach the low to mid 80s. Sunday morning will start off mild, in the mid 60s and warm into the mid 80s as southeasterly winds gust as high as 35 mph under mostly sunny skies.
NEXT WEEK: The week will start off partly cloudy, warm and humid with gusty southeasterly winds. A few showers are possible Tuesday but our best chance of showers and t-storms comes later in the day Wednesday as a cold approaches.