Sunshine continues with warmer temperatures
THIS EVENING: An outstanding evening in store with plenty of blue skies. Temps fall from around 80 to the low 60s under clear skies.
MORNING: A beautiful morning with sunshine starting the day. There could be some patchy valley fog but high pressure will bring a fantastic day.
TOMORROW: Lots of sunshine for our Tuesday. Highs will be warmer in the mid 80s. Winds will be light.
WEDNESDAY: A cold front will come in late in the day and may trigger a few showers and thunderstorms. Not a lot of moisture with this system. Still expect a warm day as the ridge remains strong across the area, with plenty of sunshine before a few more clouds roll in ahead of our next frontal system. Highs will warm to the mid and upper 80s. Front crosses by evening, clouds around will clear out as high pressure returns to the area.
OUTLOOK: The ridge breaks down a bit for a few days before building back in by the weekend. Thursday looks to be very nice with seasonal highs in the low 80s. Cool night Thursday night into Friday with high pressure in control, clearing skies and keeping winds calm, this will lead to lows in the 50s to near 60. Spectacular sunshine ends the week for Friday as ridging in the upper levels continues to strengthen and high at the surface keeps things quiet. Highs will once again be near average in the low 80s. Clouds will roll in overnight into Saturday as a warm front approaches. It may trigger a few morning showers then the sun is expected to break out. Winds will be more south-southwest and help to heat things up. We should get to the mid 80s. Cold front comes in Sunday sometime. There are still timing differences but it looks to bring a round of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. It looks to be a warm and humid end to the weekend with highs in the mid 80s. Some areas may get even warmer if the front is later in the day. Monday clouds will start off the day but should clear starting the week off with quiet and mostly sunny weather. High temperatures in the low 80s.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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