The last weekend of summer is here and our unusual stretch of September warmth continues one more day.
Saturday will feature warm and moderately humid condition with areas of fog early in the morning. The fog will burn off by mid-late morning, allowing for the sunshine to break-out and temperatures to reach into the low 80s.
Sunday will be cooler as the cold front will approach the region and linger off-shore. There is a chance for a shower or sprinkle in spots in the morning. But most towns will stay dry.
Winds will switch out of the northwest, transporting more seasonable September temperatures with highs in the 70s and low temperatures dropping into the 40s at times early next week.
Our weather next week will continue to stay dry and pleasant with plenty of sunshine and seasonable temperatures.
The high pressure ridge continues to keep the rains away with dry conditions into the first day of fall which begins Wednesday, September 23 at 4:21 a.m.
Tonight: Clear, areas of fog developing late. Low: 58-65.
Tomorrow: Chance for early low clouds and fog. Otherwise, partly to mostly sunny, warm and humid. High: 78-82.
Sunday: Cloudy start with the chance for a shower in spots. Then slow clearing, developing sunshine. Less humid, cooler than recent days. High: 72-75.
Monday: Mostly sunny, cooler. High: 70-73.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy. High: 70-73.
Wednesday: Sunny, seasonable. High: 75-77.
Thursday: Sunny. High: 75-77.