From Elliot Wilson:
Temperatures have dropped below the 100° mark but it’s still warm out there as many of us are still in the 90’s. Some of us may not drop below the 90° mark until after 10pm, so be ready for the heat to linger as we head into the night. Skies will stay clear going through the overnight, where temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80’s, before cooling to the upper 70’s for the start of Saturday. Temperatures warm up quickly going through the day, getting into the mid 90’s by midday before the triple-digits return for the afternoon. Heat Index values will be around 105°, so a Heat Advisory may be issued. We’ll have partly cloudy skies Saturday afternoon, so you may be able to get a little bit of shade if outdoors. Triple-digits stick around for Sunday too, with mostly sunny skies expected all day long.
The hot and dry weather stays with us heading into next week. However, the upper ridge of high pressure responsible for the hot and dry weather will weaken during the middle of next week. This will open up the opportunity for some rain chances, even though they’ll be on the lower end. 20% rain chances show up Wednesday and Thursday of next week, and each of those days also brings chances for only seeing highs in the upper 90’s.