Rain chances along with the humidity are coming to an end finally as a cold front will push through overnight tonight and early morning Wednesday. This means our humidity levels are going to be low and nonexistent for a few upcoming days as well allowing for comfortable weather.
Wednesday will remain on the warmer side with temperatures expected around 80. Patchy fog won't be out of the question in the early hours mainly before dawn, and it should be cleared up by 8AM. The clouds will start thick and will push out by early afternoon allowing for the remainder of the day to remain mostly sunny. Lows for Wednesday will favor mid 50s with clear skies.
Temperatures won't climb to high for the remainder of the work week, as temperatures will remain under 80 with no humidity. Enjoy the comfortable, sunny days ahead as we head into Labor Day weekend.
Unfortunately though, summer heat is not yet over. models are showing another round favoring muggy weather near the end of Labor Day weekend. Besides the heat, showers and thunderstorms will return to the forecast as early as Monday, where a strong cold front appears to follow into the area in the Tuesday/Wednesday time frame.
Roller coaster like temperatures are pretty typical throughout September. Temperatures may range into the 90s with hot and humid conditions, following with freezing temperatures sometimes at night. Unfortunately summer is drawing to a close, and fall will be here before we know it. With this change, start expecting more farmers out on the roads, and be sure to slow down while approaching them.