A cold front way up in Canada will be sinking southward tonight. Out ahead of the front a line of showers and thunderstorms broke out this afternoon and this line is expected to move through our region tonight. Heavy downpours along with strong and possibly damaging winds could take place with these storms. The activity will dry up after midnight leaving us with a very warm and muggy start to the day Thursday. The cold front will not bring us any relief from the heat and humidity so look for temperatures to top out near 90 degrees at most locations. Friday is looking equally hot and humid. On Saturday another cold front will be headed our way and if the models are correct this one will push far enough southward to bring us cooler and drier air. Showers or thunderstorms will accompany the front as it moves through on Saturday and we should start to feel the cooler air move in Saturday night. Right now Sunday and Monday are looking to be quite pleasant with plenty of sunshine along with comfortable temperatures and humidity levels.