Drier air moved into the Tri-States Sunday afternoon following the cold frontal passage Saturday night. The cold front did not do much to lower temperatures, with highs still in the upper 80's to low 90's. Dew points dropped anywhere from five to ten degrees though, meaning the warmer air felt more comfortable.
The drier air will stick around for Monday, with mostly sunny skies and highs returning to the 90 degree mark. Heading into the day on Tuesday and Wednesday, humidity will begin to increase. Heat indices could potentially reach dangerous levels by the middle of the week. For more details, tune in to WGEM News Monday Morning at 5.