There is plenty of time to get outdoor chores such as mowing the lawn done, but with rain chances starting Saturday afternoon and possibly lasting into Sunday, getting them done before the weekend or early on Saturday will ensure you'll stay dry.
Today is the first day that the average high drops to 82 from it's max of 83 which it has been at for most of July. Highs today were right about there, we had plenty of sunshine through a partly cloudy afternoon sky, but we still don't have a lot of humidity.
Another cool night is ahead of us with low temperatures bottoming out in the low to mid 50s and a calm wind. Patchy fog will form and could linger into the early morning tomorrow before dissipating. Tomorrow will be almost the same as today, though perhaps with even more sunshine.
Saturday starts the same, then clouds will build in and by late afternoon there will be a chance for scattered showers and a few thunderstorms. At this point, the severe risk is extremely low as most if not all of the showers/weak storms look to be of the pop-up and unorganized variety.
This forms ahead of a cold front and the scattered shower chances will continue overnight into Sunday morning before tapering off Sunday afternoon as the front exits to our southeast.
This brings even cooler air into our area, so temperatures pretty much all next week will be below average with highs in the mid 70s and lows in the upper 40s to low 50s. These temperatures are closer to what we expect in early September, not early August. Still, there's plenty of summer to go.