MILD AND DRY
Skies are starting off partly cloudy to mostly clear across the region, but clouds are expected to build a bit throughout the day. This is because a cold front is slowly approaching from the west. It continues to weaken as it moves this way, so we stay dry. Just expect skies to become partly sunny, with the brunt of the clouds situated along our western parts. It’s another mild and comfy day, with highs near 70 degrees. Tuesday brings partly cloudy skies and more mild temperatures, with highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
The weather quickly turns unsettled once again through the middle to end of the week. Another cold front slowly approaches from the west, increasing clouds Wednesday. A late day shower is possible, but it looks to be a mainly dry day. Thursday brings a better chance for showers late in the day. Highs are in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees.
A couple showers could linger into Friday morning, but it’s dry by the afternoon. The weekend brings a mixture of clouds and sunshine, with cooler air rushing in. Temperatures begin in the middle 60s Friday, and then they drop into the middle to upper 50s by Sunday. Agriculture interests should keep an eye on the forecast for the beginning of the following week, because it could be the first widespread frost many see, if trends for chillier air continues! Stay tuned!
Have a great Monday!