More fall-like than anything over the past few days making the last heat wave "almost" worth it. We'll see temperatures moderate to near-normal with a few chances of showers and storms, all making this last stretch of July into August some of the most normal stretches of weather I can remember.
Another partly cloudy and comfortable night on tap with lows in the lower to mid-60's, with even a few spots towards the Poconos getting down into the 50's. Winds will be out of the southwest at 5 to 10 mph. All this means you could open the windows once more over night. Tomorrow will be dry for most of the day. Clouds will be on the increase throughout Saturday and by afternoon, there could be some pop-up showers and storms. These will be quick movers tough, and shouldn't put a huge damper on outdoor activities all that much. High's tomorrow in the mid- to upper 80's over much of the area, with upper 70's to lower 80's along the beach. Winds will be from the south at 5 to 10 mph.
Sunday will be the wetter day of the weekend. Rain and a few thunderstorms will persist throughout the day, with otherwise cloudy skies. High's Sunday will be in the mid- to upper 80's and it will feel a little more humid. Lows through the entire week will hover near the 70-degree mark. The start of the work week look drier, although there is a chance of some lingering showers as you head to work Monday morning. Highs for both Monday and Tuesday in the mid-80's. Tuesday looks like a nice day, definitely a day to eat lunch outside and enjoy it. Fairly lower humidity and tame temperatures. Wednesday, sun and clouds will be the rule, with some spotty thunderstorms possible by the afternoon into the overnight. By Thursday, some more showers throughout the day, under mostly cloudy skies. By next Friday, we'll see clearing skies and warmer, with temperatures in the upper 80's.