Okay, so it turned out yesterday wasn't the sunny day we expected. Let's try for today! With the sun already out that should be a pretty safe forecast. The winds are out of the south so expect the humidity to increase as the temperature tops out in the upper 80s this afternoon. With that heat and humidity we can't count out a stray shower or thunderstorm later today but they will most likely stay north of the city.

A much better chance of showers or thunderstorms will arise tomorrow. The warm, muggy air will still be here, so tomorrow's low will stay in the lower 70s and the high will be in the mid to upper 80s. A strong cold front approaching from the west should get the air rolling enough to produce showers and thunderstorms by mid-afternoon but especially by Saturday evening when things could get hairy with gusty winds and intense downpours.

Once the front moves through Saturday night the weather will take a turn toward the cooler, drier end of the spectrum. Plenty of sun is expected on Sunday with a near-normal high of 77 or so. The low may dip into the 50s on Monday or Tuesday, something that hasn't happened since the middle of June. High temperatures look to be in the mid 70s under sunny skies early next week before heating back up to the lower 80s.