Today is still expected to be a fairly humid day, too with dewpoints no lower than the upper 60s. Quiet weather should prevail tonight into tomorrow, although there may be some fog developing overnight. There will be a few intervals of sun tomorrow, but the focus of our attention will be turning quickly to the next ripple of low pressure that will be moving through the mid-Atlantic states. This will trigger a couple of showers and a thunderstorm during the afternoon and evening across most of the region, and a few more of these are expected on Sunday. Highs over the weekend should be mostly in the 80s. As an upper-level disturbance rolls through the Northeast on Monday, we’re also going to have to allow for a couple of showers and a thunderstorm around here — then the pattern will be quieting down for a couple of days. High temperatures will be in the mid and upper 80s by the middle of next week, and some spots could approach 90 again by Wednesday or Thursday.