Evening Forecast Monday, September 30th, 2013

We'll stay in a relatively dry and warm pattern for this week.
Updated: Monday Evening, September 30th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

The relatively warm weather pattern will continue. Sunshine mixed with clouds today but temperatures still reached into the lower 70s. The remnants of a dying front will still be close to the area tonight giving us a partly to mostly cloudy sky and nothing more than a stray sprinkle. With the clouds, temperatures will not drop too much and there shouldn't be too much in the way of fog. This front will wash out across the area Tuesday. This will leave us with times of clouds and sunshine with more clouds in the morning and west of I-99 and more sunshine to the east and during the afternoon. With a clearer sky and higher than usual dew point temperatures, some fog is likely later Tuesday night into Wednesday. Once the fog and low clouds burn off, we'll have more sun then clouds Wednesday afternoon. Thursday will be warm with clouds and sunshine and highs in the middle to upper 70s. A warm front will bring more clouds than sunshine with a stray shower on Friday. Behind the warm front, Saturday will stay warm with clouds and sunshine and just a stray shower or thunderstorm. There will be a better chance for some rain and a thunderstorm or two later Sunday into Monday as a slow moving front moves through the region.
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