Low rain chances are on tap again today as high pressure begins to take control but a shower or two cannot be completely ruled out. The main issue today and over the next few days will be temperatures nearing 90 and feels like temperatures rising into the mid 90s across the area. Low temperatures in the mid 60s to around 70 are expected each night. Overnight fog development is likely each night, although we are not expecting a significant chance of visibilities dropping below 1 mile.
Onshore flow will remain in place as high pressure dominates the area through the rest of the week and into the weekend. A few showers cannot be completely ruled out through Saturday with higher rain chances returning on Sunday and into early next week.
In the tropics, the National Hurricane Center has dropped off any chance of developing an area of low pressure in the southern Caribbean.
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