The weekend was nice and sunny, but continued southerly flow has made it much more humid to start the week. That’ll continue into tonight with increasing cloud cover and a mild low near 65 with patchy fog. Tomorrow will also be humid, with a slightly warmer high near 80, cloudy skies, and scattered showers.
The showers are due to a warm front swinging through as it breaks down, and it won’t be the only front we see this week.
The next will come on Thursday, so until then we’ll remain warm, humid, and cloudy. Thursday evening will see an increased chance of showers as the front passes through, but thunderstorms will be isolated. Afterwards, highs will fall by about ten degrees and we’ll see a few chilly nights as drier air moves in. Doesn’t last long though, expect another warm front to move through by Saturday night bringing more warm, wet air.