From Brady Taylor:
It on the cool side out the door this morning, but highs will climb back to near average by this afternoon. Highs today will climb into the low-to-mid 70s and remain in the mid-70s Wednesday. This, as southeasterly winds start to pull moisture back into the atmosphere.
You'll notice the return of humidity Thursday as south winds gust to near 25mph and skies turn partly cloudy.
Spotty shower and thunderstorm chances return Friday and Saturday as another cool front approaches our area. We'll potentially see a few isolated morning showers Friday and mostly cloudy skies too, but as the dry line approaches the area during the afternoon, we'll be keeping a close-eye on the skies for a few isolated strong storms.
Saturday's front should bring us a significant drop in temperatures along with additional thunderstorms. Afternoon highs should be in the mid-60s while Sunday may only reach the low 60s. The cooler air continues to spill in on Sunday, and highs will only make it into the mid-50s.