A nearby warm front will bring us more clouds and fog tonight and perhaps a spotty shower. Temperatures will be nearly steady in the mid 40s after an initial drop off after sunset.
After the warm front passes through, temperatures should respond nicely. Wednesday will be a warm and windy day with a high 60-65 degrees. Wind gusts could approach 35 mph out of the south-southwest, helping to increase our temperatures. Showers will be developing during the afternoon or evening ahead of a cold front, and some of us could see a fair amount of rain Wednesday night.
Any leftover showers will end Thursday morning and give way to increasing sun. Temperatures will be falling behind the cold front, so that high in the mid 40s will occur in the morning.
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will be spent in the mid to upper 30s. Some snow showers are possible Friday and Sunday, but this won't be anything to worry about.
7 AM 44 degrees, Clouds, Fog
Noon 57 degrees, Warm & Windy
5 PM high 61 degrees, Showers Developing
Sunrise 7:11 AM
Sunset 5:18 PM