A weak cold front passed through the city earlier this morning, pulling a warm air mass in behind it. While the day started out humid, foggy, and overcast, drier air is swiftly arriving and the sun should be out soon. As a result temperatures will climb to the mid 80s in northern New Jersey, lower 80s in the city and the 70s right along the coast.

The humidity will return tomorrow ahead of another cold front that is expected to arrive in the afternoon. Before the front gets here we could see some early morning showers, followed by a summer-like afternoon. Most of us will see highs in the mid 80s. If you want cooler weather head to the eastern end of Long Island, where highs will be lucky to break into the 70s.

Our two days of summer will be over by Sunday. Onshore winds will bring the temperature back down to the near normal mid 60s. Lurking to our south, however, will be the cold front that passed through on Saturday night. That is expected to be pushed northward as a warm front late Sunday, bringing back warmer weather to start the week. Look for a high in the lower to mid 70s on Monday and Tuesday with a good chance of showers on Monday night.