Cooler temperatures have stuck around today, thanks to the cloudy conditions and the rain we saw for the first half of the day. The cold front that has been bringing us the cooler conditions and rain is making its way across the viewing area. Overnight, the front may stall keeping around a few isolated showers around the southern portion of the viewing area. By morning tomorrow, the trough and associated cold front will quickly lift off to the east as more drier and warmer air filters into the air.
Tomorrow we will begin a transition period as the front lifts. The clouds will give way to sunshine and drier air will begin to filter in. The high pressure associated with the warm up, will begin to build in from the west and will really limit any pop-up storms we see.
The brief warm-up will only last about 48 hours as another trough moves through the area increasing our rain chances and cloud coverage across the area. Another cool down is expected for the first half of next week.
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