Is this Late Blight?
Hopefully someone can calm my fears that this may be late blight. I'm leaning toward that it is not, but I want to be sure. These pictures are from my Black Cherry tomato plant. It is the only plant that I got these leaves off of today, but I have removed leaves/stems with leaves that had leaves looking like this off both this plant and the plant beside it within the past week or two. I know late blight is a FAST moving disease so that is what is calming my fears some. Late blight has been confirmed in my state about 50-60 miles away (roughly). If it is not late blight, what else could it be? Needed info:
-I water about every other day-every 2 days as we have been hot here and these plants are in cinder block raised beds so they dry out pretty quick
-We have been having daytime temps in the 90' and nighttime temps in the upper 70's with high humidity 24/7
-The were last fed with fish/seaweed about 2-3 weeks and fed prior to that a couple times with miracle gro.
-They are in a mix of topsoil, leaf compost, and turkey compost (with lots of bark, which I am not happy about)
- Plant has many green tomatoes but no ripe ones yet, it has been in ground since May 6th
- I have Daconil but have not used it yet and have been lucky to not have any bad disease problems with these plants YET
-I know I have flea beetles and some kind of worm (tomato pinworm I believe)
thank you for any and all help!!