Normally this time of year we are looking at crispy, crunchy brown lawns. That is not the case this year, nor was it last year. For the past two years we have had enough rain to keep the lawn mowers running all summer long. High pressure is trying to hold on and keep showers at bay while a weak boundary floats to the south of the Tri-States. With the rain that fell on Monday and high pressure nearby, we may see more fog develop again Tuesday night. If fog develops it should burn off Tuesday morning before 10 am. We should be left with a partly cloudy to mostly sunny sky and temps will return to seasonable levels reaching highs in the mid to upper 80's. With the typical August heat I will still say the potential is there for a renegade shower or thunderstorm to pop off in the late afternoons through the rest of the week.
Chief Meteorologist of the WGEM StormTrak Weather Team