Tonight will be another quiet, comfortable night with lows in the mid-50s with light and variable winds.
We get back into the upper 70s and lower-80s on Thursday with more sunshine.
Lakeside areas will be the exception thanks to a light southeast wind, keeping those folks in the lower to mid 70s.
Humidity values return by Friday or Saturday as temperatures climb up into the lower to mid 80s.
There is a chance of a stray afternoon or early evening shower or T'storm from Friday, especially for areas north of Highway 29.
As we go into the weekend, the chance of stray showers and storms will stick around but the majority of each one of those days should be okay.
High temperatures will be in the lower to mid 80s.
A better chance of thunderstorms will return during the day on Tuesday as a cold front moves through.
The long range outlook from the Climate Prediction Center indicates cooler than average temperatures as we go into the second week of August.