Good Friday morning everyone and TGIF!
It's a quiet start this morning with only a few stray isolated sprinkles showing up on radar early on. We'll see these develop a bit more once we get past sunrise, and some coastal locations will pick up a few passing showers or storms. Otherwise, it's a bit of a cloudy start otherwise, and we'll only get filtered sunshine for most of the day.
Temperatures are quite mild and muggy as well with most starting in the low 70s. Thanks to the clouds and anticipated scattered showers or storms today, we'll only see highs reach the mid 80s this afternoon.
A stalled out frontal boundary with help from daytime heating and the sea breeze will set the stage for those scattered storm chances today. I think we'll see them start out around the coast in the morning hours and drift inland into the afternoon with rain chances for the coast around 40% but up to 70% inland.
This first front is weakening and will be over taken by another front on approach for tonight and tomorrow. This will keep our rain chances around for the early weekend but with less coverage as rain chances on Saturday fall to around 30%.
Once this front passes by late Saturday and into Saturday night, we'll see our humidity fall a bit heading into Sunday. Yet, our skies will clear out a bit more and the sunshine will still make it feel toasty hot as highs reach up to near 90°.
For today, mostly cloudy skies with scattered showers or thunderstorms. Rain chances start out on the coast around 40% and become a bit more likely inland at 70% by the afternoon. Highs today only reach the mid 80s. Your 7 Day Forecast has another shot at some rain on Saturday before we turn sunny and hot on Sunday.