Sunday: Morning showers, clearing, less humid in the afternoon

During the last several days, it certainly has felt more like mid-summer than September.   Saturday temperatures reached 90 degrees making it the second day in a row of 90 degree reading.   It still feels warm and humid to start your Sunday with temperatures in the 70s.    There is a cold front that will deliver a few showers that will finally bring relief to the high heat and humidity.  So if you're heading out to any of the local fairs happening early today, you'll want to keep the umbrella handy early as those showers will quickly move through the region ahead of a cold front.  Once the front clears the area, skies will become mostly sunny, a northwest breeze will make this afternoon feel much more comfortable. Temperatures will be in the 80s, so wear something comfortable while out on today's adventure.

Next week will start off fall-like with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s on Monday and Tuesday with a slight warming trend that will follow through Wednesday.   Temperatures will be warm back into the 80s, however, not quite as hot as last couple of days.  A cold front will usher in the coolest air mass of the month so far by late in the week into next weekend.

Forecast Details:

Tonight: Partly cloudy, mild and muggy.  Low: 70s.

Sunday: Chance for a morning shower or thunderstorm in spots. Clouds break for sunshine, turning less humid and breezy in the afternoon.  High: 80-85.  Wind: WNW 10-20 mph.

Monday: Mostly sunny, delightful!  High: mid-upper 70s.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny, a bit warmer. High: 76-81.

Wednesday: Partly sunny, warmer, a bit more humid, chance for a late day thunderstorm. High: Low 80s

Thursday: Mostly sunny, cooler and much less humid. High: 70.

Friday: Mostly sunny, delightful.  High: low-mid 70s.

Saturday: Mostly sunny, upper 70s.

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