A summer-like airmass is in place across the region this morning with high dew points and muggy temps. A line of summery thunderstorms is sweeping east and some of the storms are severe warned for strong wind gusts. This line will roll east and some marginal elevated instability should keep it from falling apart entirely before it reaches the coast. Along the coast this morning, the marine layer is firmly entrenched with dense fog in places. Thunderstorms will sweep offshore later this morning and behind them, Fall will arrive. NW winds gusting over 30mph will bring cool, dry air into the region that will make it feel more like September as opposed to July. Clearing skies are expected today and temps shouldn’t rise much above their current levels (70’s) as a cooler airmass works in. Highs will range from the mid to upper 60’s north to the mid to upper 70’s south.