Looking at the GEFS graphs it’s showing our weather will be remaining mixed to unsettled to end the month of August and into the first week of September.
I have added two GEFS graphs together the top one shows the temperature at 5,000 feet with rainfall at the bottom of that graph. Then the bottom graph shows air pressure.
You can see todays very warm temperatures slip away a little tomorrow and you can see a few showers around for the next 12 hours or so. Notice how the air pressure slips away too.
You can see the air pressure recovers and it should remain dry over the next few days with some rain arriving around the 27th. The temperature looks like it will be around 5 or 6 degrees cool than it was today.
Looking at the rainfall part of the graph there looks to be a lot of showers or longer spells of rain from the 27th at some point every day into the first week of September and it will also remain cooler than you would expect.
Please note this is a general outlook and it is not meant to be a forecast with any detail.