WEDNESDAY: After a cool and comfortable start to our morning, we'll be warming up through the day. Mostly sunny skies will stay with us, with a bit of a hazy look to our skies. The haze settling across the Tri-State is from the wildfires in Canada and the western portions of the U.S.; it's a good idea to stay inside if you have breathing or respiratory health issues. Temperatures will rise into the mid-to-upper 80s. While our highs should remain below seasonable averages, it's going to be a bit humid at times.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Skies will remain clear and winds will stay out of the north helping overnight lows drop to 68°.
REST OF THE WEEK: Heat and humidity will make its way back into the Tri-State mid to late week. Afternoon highs will start moving past the low 90s. Humidity will make its way back to oppressive levels helping rain chances increase by the end of the weekend, but it looks to stay on the slight end.