The evening hours turned out to be dry and comfortable as the cloud cover and light shower activity broke apart. Daytime high temperatures were reached during this short period of sunshine, but still only managed to top out in the lower to middle 70s.
Overnight we expect stray showers around, but a lot of the model guidance keeps us dry until a trough swings through tomorrow.
Even as the trough moves from west to east across the Commonwealth, not
much rain is expected with just light accumulations. The latest model
guidance pushes the majority of the shower activity out by the
afternoon, so the second half of Monday may start the drying out
Warmer conditions follow into the middle of next
week as we make a run at temperatures in the upper 80s. Humidity levels
also increase into the middle of next week as southerly flow takes over
our pattern. This is a big switch from a persistently cool northwest
flow we have seen most of August.