Warmer, mainly dry
Unlike Thursday, today's temperature rebound will be much closer to average highs in the middle and upper 60s. Morning sunshine will likely give way to increasing clouds during the afternoon. This will be the result of a passing warm front. Any time a front crosses a region, it serves as a mechanism to lift air which is the process needed to develop clouds and rain. Thus, an isolated shower can't be completely ruled out. Though most will stay dry, a spotty shower could pop this evening or overnight. If any precipitation does manage to form in our relatively dry air mass, it would likely be light and brief. Also tonight will be much warmer than the previous two with lows in the 50s.
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