Rain chances seem to almost disappear in the short term outlook. With a frontal boundary pushing southward, dry air will seep in the region. This in turn will limit precipitation to a few isolated showers mainly during the afternoon hours. Overall, the next few days look splendid for outdoor activities as rain will not be a huge factor and temperatures look to be slightly cooler at night with less moisture and clouds, which usually keep things around the low 70's during the overnight hours. As for specifics, temperatures look to be around 70 tonight and then heat up to the upper 80's tomorrow. After that the trend looks to have the lows in the upper 60's inland and around the 70 degree mark closer to the coast. As for highs, expect them to reach the low 90's in the afternoon during the work week, yet again accompanied by lower rain chances than usual. By late next work week though rain chances look to climb back up the ladder to 40% as more summer like conditions set in.
Posted at 4:44 PM, Aug 24, 2013
and last updated 2013-08-24 13:00:04-04
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