Things are feeling nice outside thanks to cooler air in the region. Even with the patchy morning fog and muggy conditions, the upper 50s are feeling nice. Visibilities are running down to a quarter mile or less in some locations this morning. Use caution if heading out early. The sun will warm us and break the fog by late morning. The MaxTrack is clear and will stay mostly clear through the day.
Temperatures have been backing off the unseasonable heat lately thanks to a more active weather pattern. The heat ridge has broken down and we will stick with cooler afternoon highs and chances for rain/storms on and off. After the morning fog, prepare for partly cloudy skies and a warm afternoon. A cold front diving south will try to bring in storms later today but will be losing a lot of its steam as it rolls over. A few pop-up showers are possible in the afternoon and a few thundershowers are possible overnight. Regardless of the amount of rain we receive, the cooler air is coming. A bubble of cool Canadian air is moving in early next week and our afternoon highs will be much cooler. By Monday, we may struggle to rise above 70 degrees. Mornings will also be much cooler, and a light jacket may not be a bad idea as temperatures dip into the 40s Monday and Tuesday morning.