The amazing stretch of warm and dry weather will continue through the weekend. This evening we stay clear and comfortable. The International Space Station is set to fly by at 8 p.m., traveling southwest to northeast, and will be visible for 5 minutes.
Overnight we remain clear with lows in the 40s north, and in the 50s in cities and farther south.
Full sunshine continues for Saturday as our temperatures heat up to the low 80s, upper 70s on the coast with a sea breeze. There will still be a rip current risk on the coastline, so beware if you want to go swimming.
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Sunday's highs reach the mid-80s with a little more humidity and a few more clouds.
Our next rain chance returns for Monday, which is when fall begins. We will be dry in the afternoon as it feels more like summer with highs in the 80s and humid.
After the showers move through Monday night into Tuesday, we cool off to more fall-like weather with highs in the 70s for the rest of next week.
Another brief cold front will push through Thursday night bringing us a round of scattered rain.
Next weekend looks sunny with highs in the low 70s.