–Some rain/thunder still lingering overnight.
–Some locally dense fog possible overnight as well.
–A few showers especially S&E of Syracuse Monday morning.
–Monday afternoon some drier air and more sun returns.
–Nice stretch of weather Tuesday through Friday.
–Cooler temps look more and more likely next weekend.
Overnight a couple more waves of showers and thunder are possible, otherwise clouds will vary in the sky and the air will continue to feel very stuffy, humid and damp. Air temperatures may cool to near the dew point temperature and when that happens the air can cool and condense thus causing some fog to develop. Some of the fog that develops overnight could be rather dense and may cause reduced visibility for the Monday morning commute in some areas.
For Monday outside of a few morning sprinkles or shower especially south and east of Syracuse, some drier air in association with a new area of high pressure to our west will work in. This drier air will allow for some sunshine to gradually mix back in to our skies and help warm us up almost ten degrees above average, similar to what we achieved on Sunday.
Computer model consensus still shows a prolonged period of drier than average and warmer than average weather Tuesday through Friday along with cool and comfortable nights. This weather will be caused by a slow moving area of high pressure. The start to the fall season will certainly not feel like it on Thursday; however computer models are coming into better agreement about next weekend’s weather. For Saturday and Sunday our daytime high temperatures may only reach the 60s with overnight lows in the 40s and 30s. This forecast could still change between now and then.