Midnight Update: Temperatures have been falling quickly this evening, with overnight low temperatures expected in the lower 40s. However, a few isolated upper 30s can't be ruled out. Patchy fog will also develop during the early morning hours of Tuesday. We will have a sunny day once again for Tuesday, with a high of 68 degrees. High temperatures gradually get back into the low to mid 70s Wednesday through the weekend. Dry weather is expected to continue this week, with the chance for a few isolated rain showers on Sunday.
The week ahead will be beautiful, with mostly sunny skies and seasonable temperatures. Temperatures will be chilly in the mornings and overnight hours, so a jacket will feel nice.
TONIGHT: High pressure will continue to move into the region tonight, giving us mostly clear skies overnight, with a chilly low temperature of 44 degrees. There will be a chance for some patchy fog developing overnight as well.
TUESDAY: Sunny skies will continue for Tuesday, with high temperatures reaching 68 degrees.
WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY: The rest of the work week will stay pleasant, with seasonable high temperatures. Wednesday high temperatures will be around 71 degrees, with low to mid 70s continuing for Thursday and Friday. Mostly sunny skies will continue as well.
THIS WEEKEND: Partly sunny skies will be around for the weekend, with temperatures in the mid 70s. A weakening and moisture-starved cold front will approach the region on Sunday, giving us the chance for a few isolated rain showers, yet we are not expecting much rainfall for the end of the weekend.