Temperatures will remain warm through the overnight hours, due to an increasing south to southwesterly breeze ahead of a cold front. We'll likely drop into the 55 to 60 range this evening before rising back into the low 60s overnight. The evening will be dry, but as we approach the midnight hour showers will begin to develop from west to east.
There may be a few showers around early Monday morning, but the sun will be shining for most of us by lunchtime. Many areas will reach the upper 60s for a morning high, but behind the cold front a westerly breeze will funnel in some cooler air. We'll all finish the day in the 50s.
Tuesday will be bright, but breezy and cooler with highs struggling to reach 50. We won't get out of the 40s on Wednesday, but temperatures will recover to seasonable levels for the second half of the work/school week. A cold front will approach our region for the weekend, so Saturday may turn out showery, and Sunday will end up much colder with a bitter wind.
Wake-Up: 62 degrees, Leftover Shower
Lunchtime: 68 degrees, Warm, Breezy
P.M. Commute: 55 degrees, Cooler
Sunrise 6:50 AM
Sunset 4:43 PM