EVENING: Decreasing winds and decreasing clouds. Temps in the 60s.

TONIGHT: Mainly clear and cooler. Low 52.

TUESDAY: Scattered clouds and breezy with a stray, brief shower during the afternoon. High 70.

An upper level low is swinging through the Great Lakes and New England early this week. So what we experienced on Monday is similar to what we will see Tuesday and Wednesday. So plan for a sunny start Tuesday, with scattered clouds and a breeze for the afternoon. Most areas will be dry, but a couple spots could see a brief shower during the afternoon.

Overall, our last week of September will be mainly dry and seasonably cool. Daytime temperatures warm near 70 with lows in the 40s and 50s. Our main focus on the forecast is the track of Hurricane Ian.

The track of Ian is still a struggle for Floridians. The main issue is whether Ian will stall or become very slow to move inland, or if it will maintain a slow and steady pace. All of this will determine when, and if we see any rain this coming weekend. At this time, we care feeling a little more confident that Saturday should stay dry. We are watching the chance for showers Sunday and a cool and drizzly Monday. There is likely to be some fine-tuning throughout the week so check back.

-Meteorologists Eric Finkenbinder