Today will still feature temps that are quite toasty but the humidity situation will be substantially improved as dew points fall into the 50’s for much of the region. The reason we’re enjoying the drier weather is that a cold front rolled through last night. If you live in southern York County or just north of Augusta, you got a thunderstorm to announce this, but, for most of us, the front was much stealthier. In any case, expect temps to rise into the low 90’s across southwestern areas with mid to upper 80’s in the north and along the coast where a sea breeze will develop but will be limited due to westerly large scale winds. A widely scattered shower or storm is possible once again this afternoon as another cold front rolls through. The best chance for a storm will be across northeastern parts of the region.