Highs are not as warm in the lower 80s and the humidity is slowly dropping once the breeze picks up out of the northwest.
It gets a bit warmer tomorrow and unfortunately a bit more humid. Lows: Upper 50s to mid-60s. High pressure will build into CT, and that will bring partly to mostly sunny skies and lower humidity on westerly winds.
TROPICS: New tropical storm development is not likely in the Atlantic Basin - including the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and Atlantic Ocean itself.
The big weather story is the continued unseasonably cool temperatures that we had over the weekend.
By Sunday, these dry and cool conditions will continue.
With a few passing clouds, temperatures will rebound into the lower 80s by late Sunday.
Tuesday's humidity should increase and highs will hit the upper 80s, but the day will feature sunshine and patchy clouds.
Wednesday will be just as hot with partly sunny skies and temperatures approaching the 90 degree mark inland. There is a 20% chance of an isolated shower or storm developing primarily west of the metro during the afternoon and evening.