We just can't catch a break from the deluge of rain this summer. We're already WAY above average for the year and the week ahead features more precipitation. Even more, the latter half of the week will see well below average temperatures invade the region. I'm talking high temperatures in the 60's. So much for the dog days of August!
Look for the fog to clear our shortly before we see partly sunny skies today. Afternoon heating combined with a weakening stalled frontal boundary to north will be the catalyst for scattered afternoon showers and storms. It's going to be rather hot and steamy with continued high humidity.
Tomorrow night sees a separate cold front sweep through the region. Ahead of it, we're looking at cloudy skies with showers and storms throughout the day.
Wednesday begins a transition to cooler weather and will be the nicest in terms of the weather until next week. There will be plenty of sunshine but temps will be well below normal.
Thursday through the end of the weekend will see a cold air wedge setup. Each day will feature dreary, foggy, overcast conditions. Showers will be prevalent each day and temps will remain well below normal.