Although jackets were not necessary for the weekend and Monday, a rain jacket will be needed Tuesday through Tuesday night.
Rain will return and the mild spell will dramatically end on Tuesday as a blast of colder air sweeping in from the Plains arrives. The heaviest rain will arrive in the morning.
While Tuesday's rain is not expected to cause widespread flooding issues around the city, postponements to outdoor activities and slow travel are likely to result.
Temperatures on Tuesday will only top out at the lower 60s and will fall into the 50s in the afternoon.
An even colder Wednesday will unfold despite the departure of the rain and some sun returning. Temperatures will struggle to climb much above the 50-degree mark.
As the chilly air settles in, subfreezing overnight low temperatures will return Tuesday night. Frost issues may follow for Wednesday night.
More seasonable highs are expected by Friday.
On the heels of Danielle, another weak tropical system will move onshore from the Gulf of Mexico with drenching downpours and the risk of flash flooding.
The risk of thunderstorms and severe weather will return to the north-central United States this weekend, including some areas that were hit by violent storms on Wednesday.
At least 23 people have died in West Virginia as a result of extreme flooding that inundated portions of the state on Thursday.
Showers threaten to cause delays on a nearly daily basis next week at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships.
After dealing with heavy thunderstorms and heat to start the weekend, Germany will welcome more seasonable temperatures and fewer downpours early next week.
El Niño officially came to an end in early June, and experts are calling for a La Niña to develop in its footsteps.
Anchorage, AK (1953)
86 degrees -- record high for city.
Ohio Valley, Lower Great Lakes (1988)
Extreme Heat: Location: High Temperature(F): Canton, OH 100 Erie, PA 100 Milwaukee, WI 100 Pittsburgh, PA 98 (June record) Youngstown, PA 99 (hottest so early in season) Buffalo, NY 96 Toledo, OH 104 (June record) Detroit, MI 104 (June record tied) Chicago, IL 103 Cleveland, OH 104 (all-time record) Ft. Wayne, IN 106 (all-time record tied) South Bend, IN 104 (June record) Cincinnati, OH 102 Dayton, OH 102 (June record) Evansville, IN 101 Indianapolis, IN 102 (June record tied) Lexington, KY 101
Tupelo, MS (1991)
Flooding downpours: 1.25" or rain in 15 minutes; water reached the level of car windows in the street.