(WBRZ News 2 Meteorologist Josh Eachus) Sunday was unseasonably cool with a lot of cloud cover. In response to much more sun, Monday will warm but stay just below average.
Today and Tonight: All sunny skies are on tap for the beginning of this new week. High temperatures will climb into the upper 70s. You will not notice any humidity as winds are northwesterly at about 5-10mph. Overnight will stay clear and feature seasonable temperatures in the mid 50s.
Up Next: Sunshine will stick around through much of the week. A front will pass through on Wednesday night, but is only expected to produce a few showers and storms. While this will be a cold front, don’t expect the boundary to stay true to its namesake. Humidity will begin to creep back on the other side. Highs will climb into the upper 80s, even flirting with 90 by the end of the week and overnight lows will stop in the low 70s. The next more significant cold front is pegged for Sunday, but it is a little early for precipitation and temperature details.