We're ending the week with rain at times, but rain chances step down as humidity takes a brief dip. Tropical Storm Cristobal could bring more rain to our area next week.
WHAT TO EXPECT
This morning comes with a batch of rain moving across our area, giving more of a shot at rain to start the day. An isolated storm is possible. The low this morning is around 68 degrees.
We have scattered pop-up rain and storms throughout the day, with a 40% coverage. The high will be around 86 degrees, so a little cooler thanks to more on and off rain. It's still very humid, so it feels about 5 degrees warmer.
Tonight will be partly cloudy, with patchy fog and a stray shower is possible. The low will be around 67 degrees.
We're looking at several days with highs near 90.
Saturday will be 90, but feel about 4 degrees warmer because the humidity is still high. That muggy air can create an isolated shower or storm, otherwise partly cloudy.
Sunday comes with a dip in humidity, and a jump to 92 degrees for a high. With some passing clouds a stray shower is possible in the mountains.
We're watching Tropical Storm Cristobal, because remnants could impact our area late Tuesday through Wednesday of next week.
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