A slow but steady cooling and drying trend is beginning today. Sunny skies will dominate as another weak cold front rotates through the area. A couple scattered showers or potentially a weak storm could form along this front but given the lack of moisture, they won’t be too widespread. Speaking of the lack of moisture, it will feel much better today than recent days. Dew points are heading into the 50’s as westerly winds bring in drier air. As for temps, they’ll rise into the 80’s for most with low 90’s in the far south.
By Monday, we’ll be in the 60’s for temps with a northeast wind and heavy rain as a coastal storm passes offshore!