Tonight: Mostly cloudy and humid with periods of rain and a thunderstorm, mainly late. Low: 66

Monday: Mostly cloudy with occasional morning rain and a thunderstorm, then a shower around in the afternoon. High: 78

Monday Night: Clouds gradually breaking with patchy fog late. Low: 61

We've seen a couple of off-and-on showers or sprinkles in spots today, but the wettest time period will come later tonight as this cold front continues to move eastward. We may see heavier periods of rain at times, especially within any thunderstorms. Lows will drop down into the mid 60s tonight under mostly cloudy skies. 

The rain will continue well into Monday as the cold front stalls out along the East Coast. So while the steadier, more consistent bouts of rain will taper back Monday afternoon, we may not be done with the leftover showers until Monday night. At that point, most of the viewing area will have received .5" to 1" with locally higher rainfall totals expected. High temperatures on Monday could be held to the upper 70s with a decent amount of humidity until the front finally passes later Monday night.

In the wake of the cold front, Tuesday will be dry with a good deal of sunshine, highs in the mid 80s and less humidity. Wednesday will be similar to Tuesday with highs just a few degrees cooler. Either way, temperatures will be riding well above average through the start of fall, which begins on Thursday at 10:21 AM.