After a day of cirrus clouds, some of you might see a few meteors this evening. It’s the Draconid meteor shower, visible anywhere where the sky is dark. Don’t expect to see a bunch but you might see an occasional streak in the sky if you are out looking long enough.
Tonight is mostly clear, with lows holding in the lower 60s. There may be a few areas of light fog.
Tomorrow warms again into the middle 80s. It will be another dry day that becomes partly cloudy in the afternoon. Winds will be light and variable. On Saturday, a weak cold front moves through very early to create just a few more clouds and a tiny chance for a stray shower but by midday a dry northerly breeze will scour the skies. Highs on Saturday stay in the lower 80s. That’s typical for this time of the year.
Saturday night and Sunday night bring back the crisp feel of fall with lows in the middle 50s.
Early next week looks dry too. We stay mostly sunny and seasonable with highs in the lower 80s.