The atmosphere is quickly drying out after a wet weekend where most places got between one and two inches of rain on Saturday. The nor'easter that brought the rain hasn't moved all that far away, which is why we've got a mix of sun and clouds and gusty northwesterly winds today. With an afternoon high in the mid to upper 60s, today will be the ninth straight cooler than normal day.
Cool weather will not be an issue for the remainder of the week. High pressure building in behind the departing storm will give us lots of sun on Tuesday and a high in the upper 70s. A warm front will pass through town late Tuesday night as a Bermuda High moves northward. It looks like Wednesday will warm to the mid 80s and Thursday's sultry high will be close to the 1936 record high of 90 degrees.
Thanks to a cold front passing through sometime on Friday we will see cooler weather at the end of the week. Friday's high will still be in the 80s, but look for near normal highs within a few degrees of 70 over the weekend.