More clouds start to move in overnight and into our Thursday morning as we cool off into the upper 60s.
Clouds thicken up through Thursday, giving way to some spotty showers in the afternoon. It will be breezy, and if we stay dry long enough, may get to 80, but many spots top out in the 70s. By the evening, scattered storms become more common and continue at times through the overnight hours. There will be enough heavy rain that we could see some pockets of flash flooding. Otherwise, the severe storm threat is low.
Some of the rain could linger into Friday morning, but the afternoon will be drier. Highs will be in the upper 70s.
The weekend will be comfortable with lower humidity and highs in the low 80s both afternoons. Saturday brings a few clouds, but Sunday is looking mostly sunny.
We warm back to the mid 80s for Labor Day, but look to cool off into the low 80s again Tuesday and Wednesday.
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