Tonight: After another day of summer-like temperatures despite the approaching first day of fall, temperatures cool off a bit into the lower 60's. Expect partly cloudy skies, with clouds building in through the evening. Those clouds will build in along with patchy fog, which brings us to tomorrow...
Tomorrow: With humid conditions still in place and falling temperatures, patchy fog will be possible in low-lying areas tomorrow morning. Visibility may drop below a mile to even below a half mile in spots. This could cause school delays and even travel issues in spots. Most of the fog will be concentrated in the northern half of the viewing area.
Skies will clear along with the fog. Temperatures start out in the mid-60's before warming to the mid-70's by midday. Our high will near the 80° mark by the late afternoon to early evening along with partly cloudy skies. Northeast winds will begin to lower the humidity.
7-Day Forecast: Summer-like temperatures remain all week long with dry conditions. Temperatures remain in the 80's before a front approaches over the weekend. This will bring rain to the forecast on Sunday and drop temperatures into the upper 70's. Don't let that fool you though--warm temperatures appear to be sticking around even through next week.
--Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Gabe Prough
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