After highs of 79-85 Saturday, highs today should run in the upper 70s to lower 80s with partly cloudy skies & low humidity. Wind will turn to the east & east-southeast after a breezy, northwest to north-northwest wind Saturday.
After lows of 53-59 this morning (patchy fog possible), lows tonight will run 53-59, as well.
Monday should feature increasing clouds with no risk of any scattered showers until very late or Monday night. Coverage should only run 35%, it appears.
Highs of around 80 to the 80s are likely Monday with lows in the 60s.
With clouds/sun Tuesday, some scattered showers & storms are possible later in the day to the night-time hours after drying with coverage peaking at 45%. MARGINAL RISK of severe weather is expected.
Highs will run in the 80s.
With clouds & sun, a few showers & storms are possible Wednesday PM to Wednesday night with 40% coverage with highs in the 80s, followed by a more robust round of showers & storms Thursday.
Rainfall coverage looks to go up to 60% Thursday PM. A line of storms is even possible as a strong cold front passes.
Some severe weather risk is possible. Parameters forecasted suggest MARGINAL to SLIGHT RISK of the area, but we will see & monitor SPC forecasts.
Highs should reach the 80s Thursday with high humidity, followed by a nice cool-down with nice northwest winds at 15-25 mph Friday.
Highs Friday should reach 75-81.
A rapid, substantial warm-up should occur (90s to 100 return to the Plains & 80s to 90s possible here) after this cool-down with storms possible in the September 6-8 period with some severe risk possible.
Much cooler weather will follow with below normal temperatures.
We could see lows in the 40s area-wide.
Overall mid-September looks below normal temperature-wise with a couple of surges of lows well down into the 40s over the entire viewing area.
Temperatures should surge back above normal in for latter September.