The chilly air looks to continue for Saturday as temperatures are still cooler than normal and sunny conditions persist.
Then as we get into the day Sunday, some milder weather will start to push in as the high-pressure area moves off to the east and brings southerly flow once again.
Dew points look to start to climb on Sunday, but Sunday night into Monday is when they look to have the biggest climb.
Dew points may climb 10 degrees between Sunday afternoon and Monday morning with the flow really developing out of the south. It looks like by Monday we have the increased moisture for storms to develop, and then the threat seems to be the highest on Tuesday with the front moving in from the north. There is a chance this lasts into Wednesday morning; however, as the front may be a bit slower pushing into this ridge.
There remains some concern that the front will be stalled just to the south and sling some showers and thunderstorms into the area over the rest of the week, but that looks to be a low chance, and given the past few weeks persistence with pushing these front further, it may not be right. If it does sink far enough south, it will get much drier and turn quite comfortable for the end of the week again.