Skies have been partly cloudy for the most part today as the high pressure continues to shift off to our east. The sunshine has allowed us to warm up quite nicely into the upper 60s with a few 70s reported. This nice weather will stick around with us for the next few days.
As we head through tonight a weak cold front will pass. Slight rain chances can be anticipated, but the chances are so minimal that we may not even see a shower, with only a 10 percent chance tomorrow. Temperature wise, the front will not effect us as we will still be near 70 tomorrow. The main difference you will feel is a shift in the wind from the North.
As we start the work week, we will continue the nice warm up into the lower 70s, with a chance at the mid 70s by Tuesday. Another front will move through our area Tuesday into Wednesday bringing us another shot of some isolated showers. Both Tuesday and Wednesday will have about a 30 percent chance, but the models are struggling with who will see all of the rain.
As we head into Wednesday night an upper level low associated with the front will drop our temperatures about 10-15 degrees. By Thursday we will be back in the 50s, but we will start warming up back into the upper 60s and lower 70s by the weekend.
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