FORECAST UPDATED 10:05 PM MONDAY
Clear skies and calm winds will allow our low temperatures this evening to settle back into the upper 50s. The calm winds will also lead to areas of dense fog developing towards morning. The fog will quickly burn off when the sun rises but could make travel tricky in places before then.
Tuesday will be a day of transition. Calm winds overnight will switch out of the south southwest Tuesday morning. This will help to move in warmer temperatures along with more humidity. High temperatures should top off in the mid 80s.
Throughout the day you may notice the cloud cover increasing. There is a threat for a shower or thunderstorm at any given time. These will be the summer variety storms that shouldn't ruin your outdoor plans but will certainly get in the way while they roll over.
The chance for a shower or thunderstorm increases Tuesday evening. There is a marginal risk for severe weather as a cold front slips south over the area. Gusty winds and heavy rain appear to be the primary threats. With all the clouds and moisture around low temperatures won't make it below 60°.
You can expect off and on showers and thunderstorms Wednesday. While rain is likely the day will not be a complete washout. It will however be a bit cooler with high temperatures struggling to reach 80° with a light northwest breeze.
We will camp out in the 70s Thursday through Saturday with dry conditions and comfortable humidity levels.
MAKE it a GREAT day!
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