Good Tuesday.  The humidity and rain will take a break today.  This morning is amazing.  It is cooler and drier than yesterday morning.  Temps are 5-10 degrees lower, and the humidity is lower also.  Dew points were in the 70s yesterday, and are in the 50s this morning.  Through the day we will see temps climb into the upper 70s and low 80s with the humidity remaining low.  We will, however, see thin clouds building in this afternoon.  The clouds will be a little thicker in the Blue Ridge Mtns., and one or two showers MAY pop up there late today.  We will also be a little breezy with winds from the north at 10-15 mph.

Wednesday, a front to our west, and low pressure to our south will combine to bring us a few showers and storms Wednesday evening into Wednesday night.  There is a very low, "marginal" risk for severe storms with gusty winds and hail the largest risks.  Otherwise Wednesday should be nice with temps ranging from 63 in the morning to 79 in the afternoon.

The front will move through Thursday bringing a reinforcing shot of cool, dry air to the area.  Both days will sport morning temps in the 50s and low 60s while highs will make it only to about 80.

The weekend will warm up a bit.  Saturday will be dry, but temps will climb all the way to 86 degrees.  Sunday, Father's Day, will be warm and humid with a high of 85.  We may also get a few late day showers or storms as we celebrate dad.

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