Clouds have been slow to break up over most of the viewing area, but a few peaks of sun have made it through, especially in far western and eastern portions. The clouds are thanks to some moisture sitting between about one and five thousand feet. The air in this layer is being forced upward just a bit, causing the cloud deck we see outside. It will not really break down until tomorrow afternoon when we poke some holes in the clouds.
High pressure will slide over top of the area tomorrow and remain until Sunday. This will start temperatures warming back into the low to mid 80s and help to break up the clouds. Moisture will start to return on Sunday as a cold front washes out well to our west, and the moisture will be in place through the middle of next week.
Our next significant weather maker does not look to arrive until late Tuesday into Wednesday as a cold front arrives. This will bring us a chance at rain and will also usher in much cooler and drier air behind it as we head through the end of next week.
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