With a warm front to our north, southerly winds bring in more moisture and milder temperatures.
We'll only drop to near 50° overnight under partly cloudy skies.
Wednesday will be a warm afternoon, about 5° above average, with highs in the mid 70s.
Ahead of a cold front, it will also be a breezy day with winds around 10-15 mph and gusts near 25 mph.
This cold front will bring a line of scattered showers late Wednesday into Thursday morning.
Due to the overnight timing of this system, the severe threat looks very low.
Only isolated thunder is expected at this time but winds will remain fairly gusty.
In the wake of this front, with extra clouds, highs Thursday will peak near 60°.
A few showers may linger Friday but most will stay dry, and cool.
Then we're headed for a nice dry stretch with a gradual warming trend this weekend through mid next week.