Low pressure tracked across the central Great Lakes to southeastern Canada. In its wake, gusty southwesterly winds and considerable cloud cover lingered much of the day. A weak disturbance is triggering a few showers early tonight that will dissipate after midnight.
The weather will remain unsettled to start the week, with another area of low pressure and cold front approaching from the west, bringing scattered showers and storms late Monday. We should see some sunshine, enough to warm readings back up to the seasonal low 80s.
Drier conditions will develop midweek after Tropical Storm Isaias moves up the past the Mid-Atlantic states into New England Tuesday.
Tonight: Early shower in spots, clearing later, pleasant. Low 64
Monday: Partly sunny, scattered storms p.m. High 82
Tuesday: Mix clouds and sun, few showers. High 78 (65)
Wednesday: Partly sunny, nice. High 76 (59)
Thursday: Sunny, pleasant. High 81 (57)
Friday: Mostly sunny. High 84 (62)
Saturday: Sunny, warm. High 87 (65)