Things have been mostly quiet across the viewing area today. Few locations saw some isolated pop-up storms towards the afternoon hours. The quiet streak will stick with us as we head into the night with temperatures holding steady near 70. Monday we really begin a transition period. Clouds will quickly be on the increase from the North as our next system prepares to impact the area. The best chance for rain Monday comes that night as the frontal boundary gets closer to begin to impact us.
Depending on how slow or fast the front clears our area will really determine if temperatures hold in the lower 80s or mid 80s Tuesday. Timing is really the main concern of this. Rain showers and cooler temperatures will stick around for the better part of the week into the weekend as the cold Canadian Air really begins to infiltrate the area.
Highs Thursday into Friday may struggle to get out of the lower 80s. We'll have another shot of rain Friday as a disturbance enters from the Northwest and throw some more rain and showers into the mix.
By the weekend the cooler air will begin to retreat and temperatures will once again start making a run back into the upper 80s and flirting with the 90s.
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