How quickly our weather fortunes have changed. Does anybody remember the heat wave? Today is likely to be the sixth straight cooler than average day, with two more slightly cooler than normal days expected to close out the month. Through yesterday this is the fourth warmest July on record, but as the coolish weather persists the final ranking won't be that high.

Ooh, look at that water vapor satellite image. The dark, croissant-shaped area is a mass of dry air moving this way. The dew point has already started to drop and that's going to make for a very sunny and dry afternoon. Look for the high to reach the lower 80s. Clear skies will let the overnight temperature drop into the mid 60s. Tomorrow's weather will once again be sunny and dry with a high in the low 80s.

More sun is expected on Wednesday as a surface high pressure system continues to dominate our weather. The center of that high should move off the East Coast late Wednesday, which means the winds will start coming out of the south and the humidity will increase. Thursday will be the worst weather day of the week with more clouds than sun and a chance of showers or thunderstorms. A cold front passage early Friday is expected to bring a very pleasant start to the weekend.