Dry and warm for the rest of the week (8/31/22)
Some patchy fog will be possible the next few mornings, then mostly to partly cloudy skies. This will last through the end of the week, then a few chances for storms come our way. It won’t wash out the entire weekend, but I’d have an umbrella handy, just in case one of those storms pop up!
The temperatures will be at or just above average for the next several days. Some cooler air will try to move in by the middle of next week, though.
Thursday will feel a lot like Wednesday did. Temperatures will be in the middle and upper 80s with a little bit of humidity. Fog early, then a mix of sun and clouds.
It won’t be terribly hot, the humidity will be lower that it has been lately, and we haven’t had rain in a while. That means the Skeeter Meter will be “Medium” for a while!
KBSI Chief Meteorologist