The next few days indicate that rain chances will be on the decline as they level out at 30%. Scattered storms along the coast due to the sea breeze though will not be out of the question though. This decrease in rain chances is due to a cold front to the north that will stall out in the next few days allowing for dry air to seep into the region, limiting the fuel that storms can build off. With a southwest flow still in place expect humidity still to be a factor as mugginess will be most felt over night. As for temperatures in the next few days, look for the warmth to return as they reach the low to mid 90's today as well as tomorrow in areas that do not receive rain, which would wash the temperatures out. At night expect some patchy fog in the early morning hours as well as temperatures in the low to mid 70's.
Posted at 7:07 AM, Sep 04, 2013
and last updated 2013-09-04 07:07:00-04
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