THIS EVENING: Mostly Clear, Comfy. Temperatures Fall Into The Upper 70s.

TONIGHT: A Few Clouds, Turning Muggy. Lo 70.

TUESDAY: More Humid, Few PM Storms. Hi 92.

Today was a gorgeous day with abundant sunshine, seasonable temperatures, and low humidity. Tonight will be nice too but it will start to turn muggy late as a cold front approaches. Tuesday will start off with just some clouds and maybe a quick morning shower depending on if an overnight complex of storms survives into PA.

Tuesday will turn hotter and noticeably more humid. Highs should break into the low 90s as dewpoints push near 70. Some storms are expected to fire during the afternoon, but the coverage and exact placement is still a bit up in the air. If the front doesn’t move too fast and we don’t see too much cloud cover early, conditions support widely scattered storms developing after 1p. There will be plenty of wind shear available so whatever storms do develop could be strong with damaging downburst winds the primary threat. Any storms should exit east of Lancaster by early evening, bringing the return of dry and less humid air for Wednesday.

The end of the week features more heat as high temperatures climb to near 90°, especially for next weekend. Other than a quick shower Wednesday night, the rest of the work week is looking mainly dry. However, higher moisture returns back north by Saturday, and when combined with some weak disturbances aloft could lead to isolated pop-up storms for the weekend. Still, it’s been a dry month so far and no widespread rain is on the way anytime soon. Keep watering those gardens…they’ll need it!

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo