It was a great summer day today. Hopefully, you had a chance to go outside and enjoy the fantastic weather.
We'll drop down to the upper 50s and low 60s tonight under mostly clear skies. There could be some patchy fog in some locations, but that will dissipate quickly Monday morning.
Most of Monday will remain dry. In fact, we'll see temperatures soar into the upper 80s with a touch of humidity in the air.
By evening, a strong cold front will be knocking on our doorstep. The main batch of rain and thunderstorms arrives after 9 p.m. Monday and should come to an end by 3 a.m. Tuesday.
We start to see some below average temperatures and low dew points on Wednesday thanks to a dry Canadian air mass that moves in.
There is a potential for a good soaking rain on Thursday evening. Right now, we're keeping the system to the south of us, but certainly worth keeping an eye on for the end of the week.
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