A cloudy and damp afternoon will continue overnight as we expect plenty of clouds around and the threat of a lingering shower. Another upper level disturbance will pass over the area Monday leading to more clouds than sunshine and the continued threat for a shower or two, although it should be a drier day than Sunday. Temps will come up a few degrees as a result, but still remain a bit below normal.
A noticeable chance in the weather pattern from Tuesday through Friday as a ridge of high pressure builds in from the west ushering a much warmer air mass into the region. Temperatures will climb to the highest levels since the middle of July. The other effect of this ridge of high pressure will be dry weather Tuesday through Thursday, followed by the threat for a shower or thunderstorm on Friday as a frontal boundary presses into the area.
Behind this frontal boundary, it will turn less humid and not as hot for next weekend. #mdwx