A weak cold front causes scattered showers and the chance for some thunder during the first half of Monday. It dries out this afternoon and remains steamy with high temperatures soaring well into the 80's. The cold front that will bring the real change in terms of a cool down will cross the region tomorrow afternoon. There could be a stray shower popping up tomorrow afternoon. Relief from the heat and humidity arrives as temperatures and dewpoints will be on the decline into the middle of the week. An area of high pressure will supply sunshine and comfortable conditions for Wednesday and Thursday. The next cold front is scheduled to arrive Friday, but it will be lacking moisture so rain chances appear slim at best. The early call for the holiday weekend is a good one with dry conditions. It will not be as hot as it was this past weekend though.
Today: Scattered showers and possible thunder this morning, a mix of sun and clouds, very warm, humid, high 88.
Tonight: Mostly clear, low 65.
Tuesday: Sunny to partly sunny, a few afternoon rain showers, high 80.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, low 56, high 76.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, low 54, high 80.
Friday: Sun and clouds, a stray shower late, low 59,high 82.
Saturday: Sun and clouds, low 61, high 80.
Sunday: Sun and clouds, low 61, high 81.
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