Today could be our nicest day of the next five! But, many who flock to the waterways and beaches this weekend may be happy at that summer feel returning.
Humidity slips lower over the next two days but makes a comeback for an appropriate last summer weekend.
Blue skies of today will give way to blue skies of tomorrow. In between, a cold front passes mostly uneventfully.
As the Labor Day weekend fast approaches, summer tries to hit its stride.
Highs will reach the 90 degree mark on Wednesday, with a slightly muggy feeling as southerly winds pump in that warm, moist air.
We benefit from broad high pressure offering warming temperatures, but keeping humidity relatively low.
Today was about perfect. Other than the Monday part. Care free weather continues tonight and tomorrow.
High pressure dominates through midweek before storm chances return Thursday. While we continue to watch Tropical Storm Cristobal, all signs point to it staying well off the East Coast.
We're looking might fine indeed, with another spell of nice weather set to last through the first half of the work week.
Today isn't quite your picture perfect Saturday as showers threaten off and on throughout. Starting tomorrow, it's smooth sailing for at least a few days.