Tonight: Mainly clear and cool. Some valley fog possible towards dawn. Lows: 46-52 (record low: 45 in 1965). Winds: Become calm.
Wednesday: Morning sunshine then a few afternoon clouds mixing in. Change of a spot sprinkle or light shower. Highs: 76-82 (dew points: 50s). Winds: W/SW 2-10 mph.
Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy, not as chilly. Lows: 54-60. Winds: Light.
Thursday: Sun and clouds then increasing clouds with some scattered afternoon showers or thundershowers possible. Highs: 76-82.
With a dry air mass in place temperatures will be able to cool off tonight as readings fall into the upper 40s and lower 50s! It will be a great night for sleeping! The record low for tomorrow, July 30th is 45 degrees set back in 1965. I don’t thing temperatures will drop off quite that much tonight but either way it will be pleasantly cool for the end of July.
The pleasant weather will stick around through most of the week with highs near 80 and overnight lows in the 50s. It will become slightly more humid as the week goes on which may lead to a daily shower or brief storm each afternoon starting tomorrow into Friday. However, most of each day will be dry and not everyone will get wet.
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