The calendar may show it's the first day of fall. However, it will feel more like the middle of summer. A classic Bermuda High is pumping in hot and humid air into the region. While on the oppressive side, a stiff southwesterly breeze will take the edge off.
An approaching cold front will bring a line of showers and thunderstorms that look to arrive mainly after sunset. Some of these thundershowers can be on the heavy side, accompanied by strong, gusty winds. Some spots could see upwards of 1.00 inch of rain, which should be over by sunrise.
Tuesday will offer sunshine mixed with billowing fair-weather clouds that can produce a brief shower or sprinkle but should not disrupt most outdoor plans.
The remainder of the week looks to remain dry with near seasonable temperatures. The only exception is there could be a shower Thursday evening. Outside that an outstanding week for outdoor projects.