It's the second day in a row with a good hair forecast thanks to dew points in the 50s and lower 60s. I expect the same kind of forecast through about the Tuesday time frame and then the muggy air gradually returns and so does the frizz.
August sunshine combined with low humidity will equal rapidly warming temperatures and above normal highs in the lower to middle 90s. At least we won't be dealing with a heat index in the 100s. A perfect weekend to knock out some strenuous yard work that you might have been holding off on.
It's going to be another great night to perhaps open up the windows and give the air conditioner a break. A perfect night for camping too, especially those that sleep in a tent. :) Low dew points equal cooler overnight temperatures.
Another dry, hot and non-muggy afternoon as we finish off the weekend.
The 7-day forecast shows overnight lows back in the 70s early in the week which is an indication that dew point temperatures will be on the rise. The real sticky air settles in by the end of the week and that's when rain and storm chances spike. For now, you'll have to do the watering before Mother Nature takes over.
Enjoy the beautiful weekend!
Jill Gilardi Fox 6 Meteorologist