Mainly warm and dry with the chance for a few afternoon showers
Temperatures on Wednesday will be in the 70s throughout the state with dew points mainly in the 50s, with a few low 60s in southern regions. A light onshore flow will be present, keeping the immediate coast cooler. Clouds will build in as the day progresses. As an upper level trough approaches during the day, some showers may pop-up during the afternoon hours. However, the main threat of showers (and possibly a few thunderstorms) comes overnight and into Thursday.
Scattered showers and storms for Thursday
A warm front will approach the region on Thursday and pass as the day progresses, bringing some showers to the state. Later in the day, the associated cold front with the system will pass, bringing a threat for more showers and thunderstorms. Storms could feature localized heavy rainfall and gusty winds. Temperature wise, northern regions of the state will be confined to the upper 70s while southern regions may reach into the low 80s.
High pressure builds in for the weekend
High pressure moves in for Friday and linger through Saturday before another system moves in on Sunday. Temperatures will be in the 80s throughout the weekend, with dew points still remaining relatively low in the 50s and low 60s. There's a slight chance of a pop-up afternoon shower or thunderstorm, but nothing significant at the moment. The high pressure system will exit the region on Sunday before another system moves into its place, bringing a chance of showers.
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