Relief from the warm temperatures and high from over the holiday weekend is on its way, but that will come with increased chances of rain over the next few days.
According to the National Weather Service, a chance of showers and storms will increase for the duration of the day and into the evening and become more likely on Thursday, while also last into Friday and dropping temperatures down by almost a full 10 degrees.
Highs temperatures will be in the mid 70s for tomorrow, and gradually drop down into potentially the mid to high 60s by Saturday and Sunday. However, most of the weekend is predicted to be mostly dry with sunny skies expected.
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