Widespread showers and even a few thunderstorms have been around for our Saturday afternoon. Even under cloudy skies, temperatures have been able to climb into the upper-60s to low-70s. Strong winds out of the east-southeast will stick around for the remainder of the weekend, so our warmup continues. We do still have a chance for a few showers Sunday before drier weather moves in on Monday.
Cloudy skies will continue through the overnight hours. The chance for showers will remain, but not as widespread as what we’ve seen throughout Saturday. Low temperatures tonight will be mild, falling mainly in the mid- to lower-60s. Some of our northern counties may drop down into the upper-50s. Not only will the chance for showers cause lower visibility tonight, but there will also be areas of patchy fog you will want to take into account if heading out.
Sunday will be mostly cloudy with scattered showers possible. The overall chance is a little lower than today, though. Winds will switch to the southeast, which will boost our high temperatures into the upper-70s to even some around 80 degrees.
We'll keep warm high temperatures in the 80s for several days next week. Drier air starts to move in on Monday, eliminating the chance for rain. We’ll see a quiet start to the work week before another system moves in on Thursday.
Weather can be mysterious, exciting and sometimes dangerous. That's why News 13 created Project Weather to help provide kids with the information they need to stay safe. Project Weather is made up of interactive educational resources to help prepare students for the future.