Some patchy drizzle, fog and light showers moved into parts of the tri-state overnight, Storm Team 4 says.
Although it wasn’t damp the entire night, it certainly was humid as temperatures only fell to the low 70s, according to Storm Team 4.
That humidity will stick around Tuesday, along with a round of early showers and followed by a second round of rain and isolated thunderstorms during the late afternoon and evening. Highs on Tuesday will reach near 80, forecasters say.
The soggy weather will be short lived, however. The best days of the work week are expected to follow up on Wednesday and Thursday with abundant sunshine, low humidity and warm temperatures.
Clouds, humidity and potential showers and storms return to the area Friday night into Saturday morning. Sunday, once again, looks like the pick of the weekend, which has been the trend recently, meteorologists say.
An early look at next week shows good weather for the solar eclipse on Monday. Skies should remain mostly sunny, which would give for good viewing conditions from around 1 to 4 p.m.