On Wednesday, a cold front will approach and cross the region. This will bring our rain chances up considerably. Expect showers, pockets of steadier moderate to heavy rain, along with a rumble of thunder or two. Definitely be sure to have the rain gear on hand before you step out the door!
Outside of a lingering shower on Thursday, we will dry out and enjoy intervals of clouds and sunshine. Highs will return to the mid-70s, and humidity levels will turn much lower.
A few more showers are likely on Friday, but still expect some dry weather to be in the mix. Highs will be fairly seasonable, rising into the 70s to near 80.
This weekend will begin dry with sun and clouds on Saturday. Highs will be within a few degrees of 70.
By Sunday, shower chances return once again as temperatures remain unseasonably cool.
On Labor Day, plan on a bit more wet weather, but drier conditions look to build in by Tuesday. Temperatures look to warm back up to around 80 by that point as well.