Wednesday will continue to be a warm summer day as many highs flirt with 90 by the late afternoon. Skies remain mostly to partly sunny across the region which will lead to photo opportunities for capturing a nice sunset this evening.
A cold front moves in overnight but won’t bring too much change. Rain chances after midnight aren’t the best but there’s still the possibility of an isolated strong storm that could pack some high wind gusts. Any stormy activity we get could linger into Thursday morning but the cold front will continue to slide south and take rain chances with it.
The rest of Thursday is looking dry with near-normal highs around the mid to upper 80s under partly sunny skies. This is exactly what we can expect through the rest of the week, comfortable highs with slim rain/t-storm chances. But we’ll begin to heat back up into the 90s next week.