High pressure centered over Cleveland this morning is bringing us an absolutely stunning day of clear, dry weather. This morning's low of 62 degrees is the coolest temperature reading we've had since mid-June, but we'll rebound to near 80 this afternoon. With the dew point plunging into the lower 40s this morning there won't be any clouds today, and tomorrow morning's low will again be in the lower 60s.
That high pressure system is expected to move eastward overnight and through tomorrow. As it does the wind will shift around and start coming out of the south. Eventually a warm front should pass through the region. The Weather Channel thinks that will affect us as early as Tuesday afternoon but the National Weather Service is putting out a more languid forecast, holding off the rain until late Tuesday night. That makes more sense to us as well.
A slow moving warm front will make for a good chance of showers or thunderstorms from late Wednesday afternoon through Thursday and probably into Friday. Look for highs in the low 80s and lows near 70 each day. Next weekend is currently looking very summery, with highs in the mid 80s and plenty of sun.