Saturday morning started out with some low clouds and fog to the south and east of the city. Temperatures were in the mid to upper 40s. Clouds will held into the lunch hour as temperatures warmed into the low and mid 60s. South and southeast winds returned for the afternoon. This will send warm, tropical moisture back into the region. The warm air will run into the cooler air at the surface and ride up and over it. You will see clouds as the result. The cloud cover will work to keep peak afternoon temperatures in the low to mid 70s.
Valentine's Day will start out cloudy with temperatures in the low 50s. Southeast winds will continue the flow of Gulf moisture into the region. This will be the only day we will likely see any chance for precipitation. It will likely be light rain or drizzle. The deepest moisture will be to the east.
Another front will drop into the area on Monday bringing a weak shot of cool air. Temperatures will remain above normal into the end of the week. Rain chances will be slim. Highs all week will hover in the upper 70s and low 80s.
Today's Record Temperatures