Okay, let's get this out the way right now. As I write this, it is 77 degrees, so it's not hot. But the humidity is stifling, which is everything.

I need you to remember that because I'm about to discuss what's happening after this front--which Eyewitness News Chief Meteorologist Wayne Hart tells us is stalled out on top of us--loosens up and goes on its merry way.

You see, once that happens, we're learning that a taste of fall weather is coming our way.

Check out this current seven-day projection from Tristatehomepage.com:

Tristatehomepage.com

79. SEVENTY-NINE for a high.

Now...that's two degrees warmer than right now, BUT we here in the Ohio Valley know that when you couple highs in the upper 70s/low 80s with the much lower dew points we're expecting next week, it's gonna be HELLO late September.

Sure, 77 is great but NOT when it feels like you're taking a shower fully clothed.

I love fall weather and plan to be outdoors next week as much as I possibly can.

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