By: Meteorologist Ryan Davidson
Early morning fog will keep temperatures low for the time being. It will eventually lift more to a low cloud deck and some patchy fog and finally lift into afternoon clouds mixed with sunshine with fewer clouds as the afternoon rolls on. A weak front will pass through this afternoon and evening effectively clearing all of the clouds out for tonight.
TODAY: Sun and clouds mix by early afternoon bringing us a high of 71. More sunshine in the afternoon, clearing out into the evening.
TONIGHT: Clear with a low near 47.
SATURDAY: Starting off chilly but by noon we'll be up to 62 for Spanish Town's parade a high temperature near 71. More clouds shift in through the afternoon and into the evening.
SUNDAY - WEDNESDAY: Light rain will start early Sunday morning with scattered showers and thunderstorms by Sunday afternoon. Through the end of the weekend and into the work week clouds will be mixed with scattered to isolated showers. Air temps will remain in the middle and lower 70s during the day and middle and upper 50s to the lower 60s through Tuesday.
THURSDAY - FRIDAY: The front finally drops through, clearing out the clouds and rain by midday Wednesday leaving early Thursday clear. Sunshine stays in the forecast Thursday and Friday, but temperatures won't be as warm as earlier in the week. Daytime highs in the middle and lower 60s and overnight lows will be in the upper 30s and upper 40s.