Following showers and thunderstorms early in the week, cooler air will move into the Washington, D.C., area by midweek.
With lower humidity, temperatures will drop temperatures to 5 degrees below average for the end of July.
Cool weather sticks around through the middle of the week with highs persisting into the low to mid-80s each afternoon. The biggest change will be the lower humidity as dew points stay in the 50s until late in the week.
Late in the week, a storm system from the southern Plains will move in some more humidity and the next chance for rain and thunderstorms for Friday.
A magnitude 7.5 earthquake struck 34 miles (54 km) southeast of Kokopo, Papua New Guinea around 7:49 eastern time Sunday evening, the USGS reports. A tsunami warning has been issued for parts of the Pacific.
Spring warmth has remained absent from Boston much of March and that will continue to be the case as the month comes to a close.
The battle between spring warmth and stubborn chill will continue around the New York City area this week.
A pattern change during the middle of April could bring rain and cooler conditions to California, while erasing persistent chill in the Northeast.
It is no joke that severe weather will take aim at the central Plains on Wednesday, April Fools' Day.
Typhoon Maysak will continue to strengthen before bringing life-threatening conditions to Yap.