Low humidity and plenty of sunshine today
Conditions today will be less breezy than Tuesday.
Today and Tonight: Fall-like conditions continue today. Since the air is so dry, it can heat and cool more efficiently. Even though we started today in the 50s, temperatures will be warm this afternoon. High temperatures will be in the upper 70s and very low 80s. The humidity will be very low and it will be less breezy today. Overnight lows will once again drop into the upper 50s.
Up next: A small warmup is expected on Thursday with highs in the low 80s, but lows will still be in the 50s. Another cold front will move through the area overnight into Friday. This time with no rain. Temperatures on Friday will be knocked back into the 70s and they will stay like that through the weekend. Saturday and Sunday will be great days to be outside! Click here to see the full 7-day.
TROPICAL UPDATE: A tropical wave in the Caribbean Sea may organize into a low pressure in the next 5 days. Right now, tropical development chances are medium, near 60%, the WBRZ Weather Team is watching it closely.
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