FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Sunny skies with highs into the upper 80s

FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Sunny skies with highs into the upper 80s

(WAFF) - Temperatures are cooler than average for one more morning. You may want that jacket for a brief time as we're down in the mid-to-upper 50s for the most part. We'll warm up quickly with mostly sunny skies. Readings should push into the lower 80s by Noon with highs into the upper 80s.

Winds should be out of the south around 5-10 mph.  We'll stay dry today, and skies will be mainly clear this evening. There will be a slight uptick in humidity.  That in combination with a light south wind overnight should keep temperatures several degrees warmer into Wednesday morning.

Lows should bottom out in the mid-60s.  Look for mostly sunny skies Wednesday afternoon with highs topping out around 90. As we close out this work week, there will be a slight chance for afternoon storms to develop.  Rain chances will be hit and miss, so we won't be dealing with anything too widespread.

As far as timing goes, these storms would likely be limited to the peak heating of the afternoon. I wouldn't alter any outdoor plans based on this low rain chance. Highs the next several days should range from the mid-80s into the lower 90s.

The warm and mostly dry weather will continue through the Memorial Day weekend. If you are traveling out of town for the holiday don't forget you can change the location on the WAFF 48 First Alert Weather App for a detailed forecast for your destination.