Classic spring weather is set up across the area. High pressure centered over the western Atlantic, plus some support from strengthening upper-level high pressure southeast of the peninsula, are helping to promote a southerly wind flow, moderate amounts of Gulf moisture, scattered clouds, and seasonable warmth. This trend will stretch into midweek before the high systems weaken and yield to an advancing storm complex, reaching our area by Thursday with more clouds, showers, and thunderstorm chances. Most rain chances should clear out by late Friday, perhaps returning by early next week.
For tonight, forecast lows will dip into the upper 50s with patchy fog possible. Highs tomorrow will reach the low to mid 80s inland, 70s at the coast. Temps remain near or slightly above average through the extended forecast period.