If you need help waking up tomorrow (I need help after the weekend), step outside. The cool air should perk you right up! Temperatures will drop into the low to mid 40s tonight with upper 30s for our typical cool spots.
Temperatures will remain below average throughout the day tomorrow, struggling through the 60s in the afternoon with a mix of sun and clouds. The atmosphere has enough instability to produce a few showers, but little moisture. So while a sprinkle is possible, most towns will stay dry.
High pressure builds in Tuesday providing a nice sunny day. Clouds will increase on Wednesday ahead of a cold front with the chance for a few showers.
There is no warm up on the way. 80s have pretty much packed and moved south for the winter. The long range pattern looks cool going forward. Sure a (singular) warm day could make a cameo appearance in October. But a string of warmer than average temperatures? It's not going to happen. For the record, I warned you about this two weeks ago.