The overall weather pattern will remain fair and warmer into the weekend, with a chance for some rain on Thursday and then again late Sunday and into the beginning of next week.
Mild conditions will persist overnight with a few clouds lingering over the area. Temperatures will only fall into the lower to middle 60s and with light winds, and there will be enough moisture to produce some areas of fog again this morning.
A weak frontal boundary will slip south into the area today as it dissipates. This feature will add enough moisture and energy to the atmospheres that we may see a few showers develop along the east and west coast sea breeze boundary collision late in the afternoon. Mostly to partly sunny skies will allow afternoon highs to climb into the middle 80s, other than along the coast where the sea breeze will hold temperatures in the lower 80s.
High pressure builds back in on Friday and Saturday allowing for a dry forecast through start of the weekend. Morning lows will remain in the 60s with afternoon highs in the middle to upper 80s other than along the coast where afternoon sea breezes will hold temperatures in the lower 80s.
Southeast winds ahead of the next cold front to move into the southeastern states will increase humidity levels over region on Sunday, and we will re-introduce a small chance for late afternoon shower into the forecast, with a small chance for rain remaining for the early part of next week as well.
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