The low pressure trough that extends from about 35,000 feet high all the way down the ground has moved very little since Monday, but some slight eastward progression has helped draw in some slightly drier air aloft and allowed the clouds to break up a bit this afternoon. The clouds may thicken up a bit well after midnight into the first part of tomorrow morning before they finally move away for a few days. The sun will be out in full force throughout the rest of this week. A southerly wind will help the sun warm us a bit. Humidity never really goes away, but it will be low enough that cooling into the 50's is likely each night until Saturday. On Saturday Canadian cold front moves through the area. The cold front will be marked by a noticeable increase in cloud cover, though the moisture may not be enough for us to have to worry about widespread rain. Even still a few brief showers are possible early Sunday. Temperatures will drop rapidly after the cold front passes. The lows will dip into the lower 40's and highs will back off into the upper 60's and lower 70's for the first half of next week.
Tonight will be partly cloudy and cool. The low will be near 51. The wind will be from the south at less than 5 mph. Tomorrow will be partly cloudy and a little warmer. The high will be near 82. The wind will be from the south at 3-8 mph. Thursday will be partly cloudy. The morning low will be near 53. The afternoon high will be near 85. Friday will be partly cloudy. The morning low will be near 54. The afternoon high will be near 86. Saturday will be partly sunny. The morning low will be near 56. The afternoon high will be near 87. Sunday will be mainly cloudy and cooler. The high of 70 will likely occur early in the day. The low of 45 will likely occur in the late evening. Monday will become mostly sunny. The morning low will be near 45. The afternoon high will be near 72. Tuesday will be mostly sunny. The morning low will be near 42. The afternoon high will be near 77.