Low humidity and cool air will remain in place for the next couple of days.
Another sign that fall is right around the corner is the pre-8 p.m. sunsets. Fast-forward one month, those sunset times are pre-7 p.m. and two months away the will be before 6 p.m.!
Clouds will hang tight along the coast the next couple of days. We’ll have an onshore flow that keeps clouds in place. A shower is possible as well just right along the coast. Tuesday will remain cool, but skies will be a bit brighter.
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Wednesday, a warm front will lift through the region. Humidity levels will increase, temperatures will climb back into the 80s and showers and thunderstorms will be around.
Torrential rain isn't forecasted, but it appears a half of an inch to an inch of rain will be likely.
Thursday through Sunday look warm and humid, however, it doesn’t look like we’ll see many downpours like we’ve seen the last couple of weeks. By Monday the following week, temperatures may reach 90 and thunderstorms will return.