After what was a long week of worrying about how Hurricane Dorian would effect the coast, we stayed mostly clear across our region this week. We mainly experienced a few clouds for Wednesday and Thursday.
As we go through the next couple days we will continue to stay mostly clear, with temperatures right around average for this time of year. Temperatures today stayed in the upper 70s, with some 80s across the region. Our dewpoints were very low today, hovering in the low to mid 50s, which made it feel incredibly comfortable outside. We did have a weak cold front pass through our area this morning, but saw no change in air mass as temperatures still held around average.
As we go into tonight, we may feel the effects from the cold front a little better, with temperatures falling into the 50s for most of the viewing area. Tonight will be cool and very comfortable. A wonderful night to put up the windows and turn off the A/C if you can.
Sunday will be similar to Saturday, starting out with a few clouds and then high temperatures climbing to right around average (upper 70s/low 80s) for your Sunday afternoon.
Just a reminder, summer isn’t over quite yet. We are still just a little over two weeks away from fall. With that being said, temperatures will once again get above average for Tuesday and Wednesday as a strong dome of high pressure will build over top of the southeast and mid-Atlantic. Temperatures around Tuesday and Wednesday will be in the 80s for the most part. The increase in humidity on Wednesday will bring back our chance for afternoon showers and storms.