Quite a bit of cloud cover dominated conditions across the area Friday. A few sprinkles popped up here and there during the day, and a few more drops of rain can't be ruled out right on through our Saturday morning.
Skies should brighten-up through our Saturday afternoon, and our high temperatures will move back through the mid, into the upper 70s. Sunday will be the "Pick-Day" of the weekend. With brighter skies, and with a light southwesterly breeze, high temperatures will make a move into the middle 80s.
High temperatures Monday will cruise through the 80s once again. We will begin the day with bright sunshine, but clouds will be increasing through the afternoon. I still think we should be able to get a pretty good view of the eclipse early Monday afternoon, but by the end of the day some rain and thundershowers will be approaching from the west.
Rain and thundershowers will be a good bet for Tuesday, with high temperatures dropping back to a very muggy 80-degrees. Behind Tuesday's rain, winds will shift in from the north, so temperatures will retreat into the 70s for the rest of next week. - JR