The weather forecast for today indicates that temperatures will range from the near-80s to the mid-80s. However, clouds and showers throughout the day have prevented temperatures from rising significantly. Towards the late afternoon, there were pockets of sunshine, causing temperatures to increase slightly. The humidity is also rising, making the air feel sticky. This trend is expected to continue tonight and tomorrow, with the possibility of multiple rounds of showers and storms.
Tonight, there may be a few showers and storms in the late evening, followed by a better chance of precipitation before dawn. Storms from the north are expected to move in this direction, albeit weakening as they do so. The temperatures will remain near or above 70 degrees, and if it rains, there is a chance of patchy fog developing, particularly in areas with rainfall.
Tomorrow, there will be more showers and storms around sunrise, but they are not expected to be too intense. These early morning storms might potentially disrupt people’s sleep. As the day progresses, the skies will clear up slightly, and temperatures will reach near or above 90 degrees. The increased humidity will result in heat index values in the mid-90s or higher. There is also a chance of a few strong storms occurring later in the day.
In terms of pollen, weed pollen and mold spores are currently at a low to moderate level. For those who are interested in receiving the 5 a.m. forecast delivered to their email inbox, they can subscribe to the service through the provided link.