We saw a good amount of cloud cover across the region today as temperatures climbed into the lower to mid-70s.
Mild temperatures expected tonight as low temperatures struggle to fall back into the upper 50s to lower 60s as southerly flow remains in place.
With low-level moisture continuing to increase, we will have to be on the lookout for the development of some patchy to perhaps dense fog in spots early Thursday morning.
Otherwise, expect plenty of cloud cover once again for our Thursday with temperatures back in the low-mid-70s.
A front will be stalled just off to our north and that could serve as a focal point to see some isolated showers across the area throughout the day, but rain chances are still rather low.
Spotty rain chances will remain in the forecast through the course of the weekend, but no particular day is looking like a washout.
The heaviest and most significant rainfall totals over the next several days will actually remain off to our north.
We will stay rather mild as well.
In fact, expect temperatures to be in the middle 70s on Friday but then climbing into the upper 70s for Saturday and Sunday.
I would not be surprised if some spots flirted with 80 degrees this weekend.
All the while, dew points will be pushing the upper 60s, so there will be a little muggy feel to the air for sure.
Hard to believe there was an ice storm and record low temperatures just last week!
Front on the way Monday and this one MAY try and fully push through the area, but that remains iffy at this point as models continue to disagree on a solution.
Regardless, rain chances increase some on Monday as the front approaches, but only a slim (if any) cool down expected behind it.
Temperatures look to stay on the milder side for a good part of next week for now.