Things got rather toasty for your Sunday afternoon with highs inching towards the 90-degree mark. Expect an encore performance from mother nature for your Monday. Patchy fog will once again be greeting early-riser between the hours of 4 AM through 9 AM. Morning fog could be dense in suburban and rural communities with visibilities tapered off to a quarter of a mile or less.
By mid-morning the low-level cloud coverage will dissipate and temperatures will accelerate into the upper-80s and lower-90s. I am tracking an afternoon high of 90 degrees with heat indices hovering in the mid-to-upper 90s. A few passing clouds and muggy conditions will dominate your afternoon and evening. Your late-evening will entail dry conditions and temperatures falling into the low 70s through the overnight hours.
The next handful of days will include mostly sunny skies and temperatures maxing in the low-90s. We are keeping a close eye on Tropical Storm Laura that is forecasted to become a category 2 hurricane before making landfall. As of now, projections have the remnants of Laura reaching the area by late week and could be our next significant rain-maker. We will keep you updated in the coming days.