Big Hair, Loud Music; The 80s Rocked

And They're Coming Back

The 80s are coming back; not the 1980s, but 80+ degree weather will make a return visit for a few days, again.   That means record temperatures are in jeopardy; records dating as far back as the World War I era.   A shower may also try to redevelop in a few spots, but overall low clouds and patchy fog will give way to some sunshine and plenty of warmth on Wednesday.

Thursday, Friday and Saturday will likely mark the apex of the recent heat with intervals of clouds and sunshine.   If you have outdoor plans, and you don’t want to get wet, this is the time to do it.   Keep in mind that higher humidity will also be returning.

Showers and thunderstorms will make a splash for a few hours on Sunday.   The cool front aiding in their development may stall for a bit, allowing for the formation of more rain on Monday.   The combination of more clouds and wet weather will signal a change from the 80s to the 70s, and eventually 60s by the middle of next week.   Yep, back to where it should be for this time of year.

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