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Summer Breeze Today

We will remain mostly clear through sundown Thursday night before clouds begin to move into our area overnight Friday morning. Scattered thunderstorms are expected to come through for the early morning commute, with the majority of the activity clearing up by the afternoon. Rainfall totals will depend on how strong the line of storms is by the time they reach our area, but I suspect some of them will be weakening by the time they reach us.

Temperatures briefly cool off into the mid to low 70s for both Friday and Saturday before we're back above 80 again to begin next week. Our next chance of showers/storms will come Monday afternoon/evening. Once the Fall Equinox rolls around, we will start to feel a lot more like Fall. Temperatures dip below 70 once Fall officially begins.


--ABC 6 Meteorologist Spencer Furman