You know the weather is quiet when AccuWeather can't find any storms or extremes to hype on their local forecast page. A broad area of high pressure stretching from Maine back to Minnesota is bringing cool, dry weather to the region today and tomorrow. Both days should be mostly sunny and dry with highs around 80 degrees. Morning lows could dip down to the low 60s, something we haven't seen in more than a month.

The sunshine will continue into Friday, but the humidity will increase as the day progresses as the center of the high finally moves to the east of us. Friday's max temperature will probably fall a degree or two below the norm of 84.

Saturday is going to feature a one-day only return to heat, humidity and thunderstorms. Winds out of the south will give us a very muggy day with a high in the upper 80s. A slow-moving cold front pushing into that humid air mass is likely to produce showers or thunderstorms from late Friday night through Saturday evening. Sunny, warm, and dry weather is expected to return on Sunday and last well into next week, following the cold front's passage on Saturday night.