The Cold Front only Brings a few Sprinkles

A Mainly Dry Saturday
Some More Clouds

What a difference a week can make! Last week we had pesky low clouds and a cool north wind that kept temperatures in the 60’s and 70’s for the weekend. This weekend will be much different even though a cold front is passing through the area today. As the front passes through, expect partly sunny skies with a cool north breeze but not much in the way of rainfall. We have just two a small chance of rain today. This morning in the far northeastern areas where they may get a few scattered sprinkles. Rain chances will only be around 10 percent or less.  Tonight stays partly cloudy and cool with a northerly breeze.

Tomorrow is mostly sunny and seasonable as highs stay in the lower 80’s. Dew points will keep to the 60’s reminding us that summer is over and more fall-like weather is here. The seasonable and dry trend holds for the week with mostly sunny or sunny skies. The only exception may be Tuesday, when another cold front comes through in the morning. It doesn’t look like we’ll have much if any rain with it but we will have a few more clouds with the sunshine.

The tropics are quiet for now but keep in mind that hurricane season isn’t over yet.