Thanks to a cold front today will be the least humid day of the week by far. The dew point has dropped by more than twenty degrees since yesterday morning, making for a very comfortable day with a high in the mid-to-upper 80s. The layer of dry air is pretty deep in this high pressure system so we can expect clear skies for the rest of the day.

Dry weather isn't going to stay long as the cold front that brought it is expected to move back north before stalling somewhere around here. It's always tricky to get the forecast details right when a stalled front is nearby, but generally tomorrow and Friday are looking warm and sticky with a chance of showers or thunderstorms. Tomorrow's high is likely to reach the low 90s. If it does hit 90 we will break a really obscure record: Most 90-degree days for three consecutive Julys. Some of the scattered thunderstorms that are expected to develop tomorrow afternoon could be severe.

The unsettled weather continues Friday and Saturday. Friday's high will approach 90 while Saturday should be somewhat cooler. Friday's weather could again turn severe as another wave of low pressure moves eastward along the stalled cold front. Another round of showers and thunderstorms are possible on Saturday. After that front passes we should see a return to somewhat drier conditions on Sunday and into early next week.