The spigots have finally been shut off and we’ll be enjoying a much quieter and drier pattern in the days to come.
The quieter pattern will also feature unusually cool August temperatures. Readings tonight will dip into the upper 50s and low 60s by morning.
Clouds will quickly fill in across the area Tuesday morning. This will make for a very mild August day with highs in the 70s. A nice breeze out of the north along with mostly cloudy skies will be the finishing touches on a teaser of the fall weather to come in a month or two.
Temperatures Tuesday morning will be the coolest most areas have experienced since about the second week of June! A comfy cool morning will be followed by a sun-filled day with highs remaining below normal.
There will be a pop in temperatures Thursday ahead of the next cold front. That front looks like it will go through dry and it won’t have a lot of impact on temperatures.
The heat will really surge this weekend as a summer ridge sets up over the area. It’s a pattern we haven’t seen very much this summer and it’s one that will continue to keep rain away.
Have a wonderful week, friends.