A weak cold front is moving through the Commonwealth this Tuesday morning, not bringing in a cooler air mass, but instead is scouring out some of our low-level moisture that has made the last several days so humid. Skies are already clearing in western parts of the state, as seen here in the visible satellite image taken at 7:45 AM.
Highs will still run above average all week in the 80's until our next storm system brings a stronger cold front through on Saturday. Showers and storms will be possible with this system. Once the front clears, much cooler air will move into the Mid-Atlantic. Mother's Day should be mostly sunny and cooler with morning temperatures in the 40's and afternoon highs in the upper-60's. If Mama doesn't like the heat and humidity, she'll love Mother's Day! Gotta keep Mama happy, y'all.