Hello everyone!

A comfortable night is in store. Temperatures will bottom out in the 60s for much of the area overnight.

Skies will be mainly clear as well with comfortable humidity, so it’s a good night to open those windows.

A big factor for these comfortable conditions will be the low humidity across our region. Dewpoints will be down into the 50s which is considered dry for this time of year. They will increase a touch later Sunday.

Sunday afternoon will be nearly a carbon copy of Saturday. Highs will be back into the mid-80s with dew points in the 50s. The only difference will be just a few additional scattered clouds.


The lack of rain has helped to worsen our drought conditions. As of the latest update we are now seeing severe drought conditions throughout our area and well to the north of our region.

MEDIUM RANGE FORECAST: August 6th thru 12th

Overall the weather pattern for the next few weeks does not favor a lot of rain. While we will have chances for showers at times, widespread episodes of long-lasting rain are not expected. Meanwhile, our temperatures next few weeks will be running well above average, which includes a potential heatwave next week.

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