Humidity is the weather word of the week. The Bermuda High, which has been mostly absent this summer, will make its presence felt for the next several days. A weak Canadian high pressure system is keeping ol' Bermuda at bay today. Look for mostly sunny skies, increasing humidity, and a high in the lower 80s.

The frontal boundary separating the two highs will creep northward overnight as the Bermuda exerts itself. That sets the stage for several rounds of showers and thunderstorms beginning tomorrow afternoon. The heaviest rain currently looks like it will hit east of the city but that could easily change. Tomorrow's high is only expected to reach the mid 70s. This month is on track to be the second coldest July on record. There has yet to be a warmer-than-average day this month!

Wednesday could go either way. While it will be humid, there's nothing much happening to kick off the showers. Look for the temperature to rebound to the mid 80s. If the forecast holds, a series of disturbances will bring unsettled conditions, including several days of showers and thunderstorms, to the region starting on Thursday.