Saturday will begin with more clouds and scattered showers as a warm front slides to our north. We turn more humid and stay warm with highs in the mid 80s. An isolated shower or thunderstorm is possible in the afternoon and evening, but a cold front will bring a better rain chance by Sunday morning.
Showers are most likely Sunday morning as a cold front moves through. Showers will taper off by the early afternoon at the latest, then skies begin to clear as high pressure builds in. This high will bring much lower dew points and cooler air. Lows Sunday night should drop into the upper 40s for many and high temps Monday stay in the 70s.
We get warmer and a bit more humid Tuesday, but with a lot of sunshine giving us a nice day. Our next front arrives Wednesday with a chance for a shower or thunderstorm. Behind this front, we get a bigger taste of fall. A decent dip in the jet stream will allow for cooler, drier weather to end the week.
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