A summer-like pattern will linger this weekend, with puffy cumulus and isolated showers. A weak cold front drifting southeast will dissipate but could trigger may trigger an isolated shower or storm before sunset. Temperatures soared into the upper 80s, with moderate humidity.

Slightly cooler and drier air will arrive behind the front tonight and Sunday, with morning readings in the low 60s.

Moisture will flow northward Monday, resulting in afternoon showers and a rumble of thunder, with a lull overnight. A strong cold front arrives later Tuesday, bringing more rain and thunder.

Much cooler weather will prevail for the official arrival of autumn Wednesday, with some leftover showers midweek.


  • Tonight: Mainly clear, mild. Low 64
  • Sunday: Mostly sunny, few clouds p.m. High 86
  • Monday: Clouds increase, showers, storm p.m. High 82 (66)
  • Tuesday: Scattered showers, storms. High 74 (65)
  • Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, cooler, few showers. High 70 (60)
  • Thursday: Partly sunny, cool. High 66 (50)
  • Friday: Sunny, nice. High 71 (47)