Comfortable weather typical of September brought us a perfect late summer weekend, with highs in the upper 70s/low 80s and low humidity, ending a string of four consecutive 90-degree days.
High clouds increased ahead of a weakening cold front and upper-level disturbance. With the passage of a cold front Monday, isolated showers or sprinkles are possible, with periods of cloudiness giving way to some sun. A push of slightly cooler air will follow Monday night and Tuesday, keeping the heat to our southwest in check.
Tropical Storm Humberto is strengthening, a little more than 150 miles east of the Florida coast, drifting north and away from the northern Bahamas. The system is expected to become a hurricane tonight, but gradually turn out to sea.
Temperatures will rebound to more summer-like levels later in the week, with plenty of sunshine and a continuation of our dry late summer pattern through next weekend.
Sunday: Partly sunny, breezy. High 80
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, not as cool, few sprinkles. Low 65
Monday: Mix sun and clouds. High 83
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, little cooler. High 79 (61)
Wednesday: Sunny. High 82 (59)
Thursday: Sunny. High 84 (58)
Friday: Sunny, warmer. High 86 (63)
Have a good evening! -Ben