A weak cold front dropping in

Good Thursday, everyone. Windy and warm weather is about to get replaced by a cooler and drier air mass to end the week and kick off the weekend. This cooler than normal setup has been common of late, and looks to carry us into early August. But, some ugly weather is going to try and show up.

Today’s weather looks good with highs in the middle 80s for many with a mix of sun and clouds. This is ahead of our front rolling in tonight and early Friday. A broken band of showers and storms may accompany the front as it sweeps in from the west:

Friday starts with a broken line of showers and storms working across the east, with drier and cooler air coming in behind the departing line. Highs on Friday will be in the upper 70s and low 80s, with humidity levels coming down.

Temps by Saturday will drop into the 50s to begin the day and rebound into the upper 70s and low 80s by the afternoon. Skies will be gorgeous, so enjoy!

Sunday temps will bounce back some as late day showers and storms increase. This action kicks off an extended period of showers and storms into the first half of next week:

This comes courtesy of another upper level low which will keep out temps MUCH below normal:

Highs under that may be way, way down:

After little rebound late next week, some of the Ensembles are forecasting another deep trough:

Have a terrific Thursday and take care.

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