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It's another Friday and that means the weekend is upon us. Sunday is definitely going to be the pick of the weekend, with dry weather, lots of sunshine and low humidity. Before we get there, we have to go through a couple of humid days and potentially a couple showers and storms.
After a few morning showers today, there's another chance of afternoon showers or a thunderstorm. Unlike the past couple of days, which have featured a lot of sunshine, today will actually have more clouds than blue sky.
Feeling Like Summer
Humidity levels today are going to be on the higher side with tropical moisture in place. This air mass will also continue overnight and into tomorrow.
On Saturday we will watch a cold front approach the area from the West; this is what will bring our nice day on Sunday. Depending on the exact time the frontal system arrives tomorrow will determine whether or not we have severe weather or just a line of clouds and a couple of showers.
Severe Weather Or Not?
In order for there to be a widespread thunderstorm outbreak, the atmosphere has to be primed with sunshine during the first part of the day and then the front has to come through at the right time with the right amount of energy. Keep an eye to the sky tomorrow (and the radar) as there could be some severe weather developing.
Sunday Is Best
Whatever happens we are almost assuredly going to have a great day on Sunday and much of that dry weather continues next week.
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Friday: Clouds and some glimpses of sun, more humid. A morning shower and then a potential afternoon shower or thunderstorm possible. Most areas miss significant rainfall. Highs 80-85. Cooler south coast.
Friday night: Mild and humid, maybe a shower or storm in the middle of the night. Lows 63-68.
Saturday: Sun and clouds. Warm and humid, with a shower or thunderstorm possible. Highs near 83.
Sunday: Partly cloudy. Highs around 72.
Monday: Mainly sunny, highs in the mid 70s.
Tuesday: Sun and clouds. Highs in the upper 70s.
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