Temp roller coaster: Fall, summer, then fall
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The weekend was very fall-like. Saturday was the coldest since June 2 and Sunday was gloomy all day with rain and mist. Monday - a much different story. Highs will surge about 20° warmer with highs in the low to middle 80s. It's actually not far from record levels. The current record is 88° set back in 1971.
The warmth will last another day into Tuesday where highs hover around 80° before cooling in the afternoon and evening as the cold front moves through. Temperatures will then drop another 20° and hover around 60° Wednesday through Saturday.
Expect lots of humidity with this summer-like warmth. Dew points through Tuesday afternoon hover around 70° making it feel pretty tropical.
Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather App to see if there's any more warmth in the 10-day forecast.