Southerly flow around high pressure to our east is bringing unseasonably warm temperatures to the area along with dry air in the middle and upper atmosphere. This will result in late September weather until a cold front arrives late Thursday with rain and much cooler temperatures.
Tuesday expect areas of dense fog in the morning then lots of sunshine light winds and very warm during the afternoon with a high of 89.
Tuesday night we will have patchy dense fog again and very mild with a low of 73.
Wednesday expect more clouds still very warm and humid with a high of 86.
Turing windy and cooler on Thursday and wet and much cooler for Friday.