The forecast remains simple: Warm and dry. Fall weather fans, we have some bad news. Summer-like warmth and humidity will hang on for a least a week longer. This morning featured the coldest low temperatures we’ve seen in weeks, and they were still above average compared to a normal late September day, to give you a scope of just how warm we have been. A persistent ridge will build in this week and hang around, locking in a humid, summer-like air mass.
Temperatures will struggle to dip below 60 degrees for a low after highs in the mid 70s today. Fog will be abundant tomorrow morning. Monday will bring a similar story, mostly sunny skies with highs in the upper 70s and lows around 60. A weak, subtle system will slide through the region Tuesday. We may see some showers from it, and we have upped our rain chances for Tuesday. Any rain that falls is expected to be light however, this will not be a washout.
After Tuesday, partly cloudy conditions, with highs in the upper 70s and lows in the low 60s, remain locked in place. Weak afternoon showers are possible from Friday through next weekend. It won’t quite feel like summer- we’re not expecting many places to reach the 80 degree mark as of now.