Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 6:07 a.m., July 31, 2015

Oh hello Southern California weather – glad you could visit the Mid Atlantic! Although temperatures will be hot as we head into the weekend, thanks to a cold front that swept through last night – lower humidity is here to stay through the weekend! That high will provide plenty of sunshine for today as temperatures climb into the lower 90s. Expect clear skies overnight with continued comfortable conditions (might want to open those windows) as temperatures fall into the 60s/70s. Sunny skies are back tomorrow with a few clouds filling in late in the day as a weak cold front moves through. A shower may through late Saturday, but it will likely stay dry. Otherwise, Sunday will be more of the same with temperatures topping out in the lower 90s, sunshine and low humidity. By Monday, humidity starts to creep back in slightly and will certainly be felt by Tuesday. Temperatures will top out in the lower to mid 90s on Monday and Tuesday with a few more clouds as high pressure moves off the east coast. Another cold front will approach the region mid next week. That will bring chances of rain and storms to the region as temperatures drop on Wednesday/Thursday behind the front into the 80s.


TODAY: Gorgeous! Sunshine with low humidity.

Highs: Around 90

Wind: NW 5-10 mph


OVERNIGHT: Clear and comfortable.

Lows: Upper 60s/Lower 70s

Winds: W 5-10 mph


TOMORROW: Beautiful. Sunny and warm with low humidity with increasing clouds late in the day.

Highs: Lower 90s
Winds: W  5-10 mph


Sunday: Mostly sunshine but warm. Still low humidity.

Highs: Lower to mid 90s


Monday: Humidity creeps in slightly, hot, partly sunny.

Highs: Mid 90s