Drier weather for the week ahead

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

We get cooler after the storms cross.

DRYING OUT: After that heavy rain today, how does a rain-free evening sound?  You’ll even see more and more sun break through those clouds as we head toward the 7:56 P.M. sunset.

LESS HUMID: Even though we stay humid this evening and tonight, we change that on Monday.  The heavy rain came with a strong cold front, which finally shreds the humidity.  In fact, it will feel pretty good outside until Wednesday afternoon.  You’ll really notice the humidity on Thursday and Friday.

About time we get a nice dip in the humidity.

About time we get a nice dip in the humidity.

SUNNY SKIES: Enjoy a lot of sunny days this week.  In fact, we don’t get rain again until Thursday night and Friday.  That’s when some scattered showers cross with a weak cold front.  That front will help lower the humidity a bit into the weekend.  We will have sunny and dry weather next weekend.

Put the umbrella away for most of the week.

Put the umbrella away for most of the week.

ALL 80’s: Thanks to the cold front that passed over us, we stay out of the 90s this week.  You’ll know a cold front crossed when you step outside in that refreshing, cooler air tomorrow.

We've got 80s across the board for a change.

We’ve got 80s across the board for a change.

-Meteorologist Drew Anderson