- Slow increase in sunshine today
- More sun this weekend
- Highs return to lower 80s through Sunday
Watch out for patchy fog this morning as temperatures start in the 60s. We will see a slow increase in sunshine today as the front that brought us heavy storms yesterday moves south and east. Our high this afternoon will warm into the upper 70s and lower 80s. We will also notice lower humidity levels.
The weekend looks fun. We will end up seeing lots of sunshine on Saturday with just a few more clouds on Sunday. Later Sunday afternoon we could see a stray shower developing in the mountains, but most of it remains dry. Near normal temperatures are expected as highs drop back into the upper 70s and lower 80s.
The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season begins today and we are monitoring activity as we speak. Hurricane Agatha developed in the eastern Pacific basin and made landfall Monday evening. Agatha’s remnants return across the Atlantic and will likely re-develop into Alex. The NHC gives the remains 80% training as it heads to Florida. The exact track remains uncertain, especially given the disagreement of the model at the time. In any case, no impact is expected locally. However, if you have plans for the beach early next week, you should keep an eye on the forecast! There is also another area that the Hurricane Center is monitoring, but only has a 10% chance of developing.
You can find more information at National Hurricane Center.
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