It was quite the hot weekend! Thankfully, there's relief on the way.

A cold front passed through on Saturday night and stalled to our south.  That brought temperatures down to the 80s on Sunday afternoon, compared to the low 90s on Friday and Saturday.  After it passed through, it stalled to our south as a stationary front, causing rain and storms to bubble up in Eastern Ohio and Central Pennsylvania. It won't move around much until late on Monday, which means there is a small chances for storms remaining in the forecast on Monday.

The front finally gets going and moves out by Monday evening, which means temperatures on Monday night will drop to the low 60s in Northwest Pennsylvania! Highs will reach the middle 70s for Tuesday and Wednesday, so it will definitely feel much nicer outside. The blue colors on the map below shows lower than average temperatures.

 

High pressure will stay in control throughout the entire week, so expect a beautiful, sunny week with temperatures in the upper 70s and lower 80s!

 

Meteorologist Joe Curtis