Upper-level high pressure will slowly back away to the northwest after this weekend, resulting in a significant shift in our overall weather pattern that will produce more seasonal temperatures and some rain by early next week.
Tonight, expect mostly clear skies, calm, and quiet after midnight, with a low of 77.
Friday, we will have sunny skies, breezy, dry and an overall hotter day with a high of 96.
Friday night will be mostly clear and more seasonal, with a low of 76.
Saturday, expect more blistering heat with sunny skies and desert-dry with a high of 98.
The heat index will top out between 104 and 109 each afternoon.
Josephine in the Atlantic is not a threat to any land areas.