Humidity levels are high and winds are light to calm in most areas. We have patchy fog and some areas that are experiencing dense fog for the fourth day in a row of the work week now. We will still have hazy conditions due to the wildfires out west and north of here. Our winds and flow transitions to SE flow so this should start to help mix some of the smoke out in the next few days. Yesterday and today look like it will be the most dense. There is an air quality alert through today, just be mindful of health conditions and minimize as much exposure outside as you can. Winds will stay between 5-10mph. Temperatures are in the 60s and a few 70s. We continue our break from the active pattern we had last week and a lot this summer. There are chances of minimal spotty showers the next few days, the better chances still look to come Sunday, but it’s not going to be a wash out by any means. Lots of us may not even pick up that much rain at all over the weekend. It’s going to be hot and very humid this weekend, that will continue into next week. The lack of precipitation and rain is allowing us to heat up. Highs in the mid 80s Thursday. Lows in the upper 60s overnight Thursday.