The weekend will start off with a very warm, humid day Saturday with highs in the mid to upper 80s but a change comes Sunday as a cold front moves through.
There is enough moisture for some isolated showers with the frontal passage Sunday, but many areas will be missed by the rain and those that get a shower will likely see less than a quarter inch. Temperatures will reach close to 80 before the front brings in milder air with northerly winds.
High pressure building in behind this front will bring temperatures down to seasonal levels. Nights will be cool to start the week, dropping into the 50s and days mild, in the 70s with abundant sunshine.
A warming trend will occur starting Wednesday as an upper level ridge moves over the region and a weak to moderate onshore flow persists for the end of next week.