Midnight Update: Skies have cleared across the region. With the leftover moisture from this past weekend, clear skies, and light winds, locally dense fog will develop for the early morning hours. Visibilities may be less than a quarter of a mile with any dense fog, so use caution as you head out Tuesday morning. Tuesday afternoon is looking sunny and warm, with highs around 78°. The normal high temperature for this time of the year is 70°; today was below normal, with a high of 63°.
We will have warmer temperatures for the rest of the week, with increasing rain chances by the end of the week.
Tonight: Skies will continue to clear overnight, with low temperatures around 52 degrees. Some patchy fog will be possible ea...rly Tuesday for the morning commute.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny skies and highs around 78 degrees will return for Tuesday afternoon, with light winds out of the south to southeast.
Tuesday Night: Clear skies will continue Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, with low temperatures in the mid 50s, and the chance for some patchy fog once again.
Wednesday: Temperatures will remain above normal for Wednesday, with an afternoon high temperature of 80 degrees, with mostly to partly sunny skies.
Thursday & Friday: Temperatures remain in the mid 70s for the end of the week, with increasing clouds as we approach the weekend, the chance for a few isolated rain showers and thunderstorms.
Weekend: A cut-off low pressure system will stall over the Midwest, giving us plenty of clouds through the weekend, and increased rain chances. Scattered rain showers look to be possible Saturday and Sunday, with high temperatures in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees.
Early Next Week: Upper 60s with lingering rain chances will continue.