It was a mild and foggy start to your Thursday morning, with mostly cloudy skies and calm winds. Waking up this morning, many areas were in the lower-to-mid 50s, with the coastal areas seeing the 60s. A Dense Fog Advisory was also in place this morning, as fog hung around into the late morning closer to the waterways.
As we made our way through the afternoon, daytime highs maxed out in the mid-to-upper 70s! If you have evening plans, you may still want a light jacket. By 7 PM, we will still be in the mid-to-upper 60s, but temperatures will continue to drop after sunset.
Tonight, clouds will stick around, and overnight lows will stay more on the mild side once again. The mostly cloudy skies will keep us from dropping down more, and overnight we will see low temperatures in the upper-50s and the lower-to-mid 60s. Dense fog will also build this evening, ahead of tomorrow morning. You might need to pad some extra commute time into your morning, if passing near any waterways. A Dense Fog Advisory will most likely be issued heading into this evening.
For your Friday, we’ll be starting off the day with mild temperatures and some peaks of sunshine! We will see similar daytime highs to today, but some additional isolated rain showers and thunderstorms are possible. Rain chances are at 30% for tomorrow, with a stray rain cloud finding you.
Looking ahead, the unsettled pattern has begun. Rain chances slowly begin to increase, with some days seeing pops of 20-30%. These would be an isolated passing rain shower or thunderstorm, so nothing to plan your day around. However, rain chances increase at the end of the weekend, and early next week. Daytime highs will continue to stay above average, in the upper-60s and the 70s. Sunny skies and no rain chances return to the forecast by late next week.