(WAFF) - This morning is very similar to yesterday so we're starting out below average with temps in the mid/the upper 50s. If you need a light jacket, it won't be for very long as temperatures will shoot up quickly with mostly sunny skies.
We'll be into the mid-80s by lunchtime with highs approaching 90. Winds should be out of the east today at 5-10 mph. That wind should swing to more of a southeasterly direction on Friday, leading to a gradual increase in humidity.
Lows overnight should also be a few degrees warmer as a result. That being said, we'll still likely be a little below average Friday morning with lows in the low-to-mid 60s.
We'll be a bit warmer Friday afternoon with highs pushing into the 90s. You'll notice it will be muggier compared to today, but the humidity still won't be back to typical summer-time levels. It may be uncomfortable, but the heat index will only be a degree or two warmer than the actual temperature.
The same can be said for the weekend, but temps will be a few degrees warmer. Look for mid-90s Saturday and Sunday with mostly sunny skies. We may see an isolated shower pop up Sunday afternoon, but most will remain dry.