We are certainly seeing delightful weather for August for now with low humidity and below normal temperatures.
However, towards the end of the week, the upper air pattern shifts from a trough of low pressure (cool) to a "Bermuda" type ridge of high pressure (warm and more humid).
We should get back to 90 degrees by Thursday with the humidity a little higher by Friday into the weekend.
The pattern looks pretty dry with no significant rain chances.
We are still watching a disturbance in the Atlantic which should become Tropical Storm Isaac. Computer models still indicate this could affect Florida by the end of the weekend or early next week.
It is also still possible it could go farther west into the open Gulf. We'll keep you posted.