The area of high pressure coming in behind the front will stick around for quite a number of days. This feature will keep us sunny with temperatures staying in the middle and upper eighties which isn’t too bad for the middle of August!
The humidity has been slower to drop but will begin to do so by later today. It’s this drop in humidity (as measured by the dew point) along with the clear skies which will allow overnight temperatures to tumble down into the lower sixties in many locations for the next few mornings.
With north winds in the upper atmosphere and no fronts or disturbances, rain threats will be hard to come by for at least the next four days.
The weekend temperatures are expected to creep back up to around ninety degrees.