A cold front will sweep through the Great Lakes tomorrow and into the Northeast tomorrow night. The tail end of this front will move through our area tomorrow night with little fan-fare. Out ahead of the front it will be another very warm day for the first day of autumn with temperatures rebounding back into the 80s to near 90 degrees.
The front will head southeast and wash out Tuesday. In its wake, temperatures will not be as high Tuesday, but still several degrees above average. Dew points will lower some in the afternoon, making for a nice day. A few clouds may mix with the sun Wednesday as weak shortwave energy moves from west to east across the region, but all-in-all, not too bad of a day.
Upper-level ridging will then build and flex its muscles again toward the end of the week and heading into next weekend over the eastern third of the nation. This will promote a continuation of the dry, warm weather right through the weekend. There is still the possibility that temperatures could lower some for a brief period of time, probably around Friday, as computer models continue to hint at a back door cold front pushing south into the area.
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