A couple of cooler (although pleasant) days ahead as Canadian cool air moves in under a dome of high pressure.
Today, we will slowly press into the low 70s, with tons of sun and some light northwesterly winds. Tonight, we will make a run at a century old record low temperature.
Back in 1917 we hit 44F for the low, I'm predicting 45F for tonight. So you get the idea: clear and cooler weather is expected tonight into tomorrow.
As we move into Wednesday or temperatures will move back into the 80s with some of that summertime humidity returning as well.
Some rain chances are possible this weekend, but with zonal flow aloft our pattern won't be changing much for the last half of the week. Highs in the mid-80s lows in the 60s.
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