Dry conditions through the weekend, scattered showers for next week

WHAT'S NEW: All of the South Shore is now in a severe drought with the North Shore upgraded to a moderate drought. 
Water quality report map shows many sites have improved since last week. There is still a potential fish kill with poor water on the North Shore at Cold Spring Harbor and Northport Harbor. Conditions in the Western Great South Bay have improved with fair to poor conditions farther east due to warm water, potentially harmful bacteria and algae.
WHAT'S NEXT: Warmer Friday with dry conditions through the weekend. We are tracking scattered showers early next week from Monday into Wednesday morning, but it looks like rain totals are coming down a little bit with most spots only picking up .25" on average. This won't do much to combat the drought. No other big rain makers on the way in the near future. 
News 12 Storm Watch Team meteorologist Sam Augeri says dry condition will last through the weekend before we could see some much-needed rain.
OVERNIGHT: Mostly clear and seasonable with lows near 65 degrees. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph. Sunrise: 6:07.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and warmer. Highs near 86 degrees with southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. Partly cloudy, mild, and a bit muggy at night with lows near 70. Sunset: 7:44.
SATURDAY: Partly sunny. Highs near 83. Slight chance of a passing shower at night. Lows near 68.
SUNDAY: Warm with sun and clouds. Highs near 82. Lows near 68 with the chance of a few showers late at night.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy with a good chance of scattered rain showers. Highs near 79. Chance of showers at night with lows near 67.
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with the chance of showers, mainly early in the day. Highs near 79. Lows near 78.