TONIGHT: The winds will subside out of the south under 10 mph tonight, with a warm night underway. Lows will only bottom out near 60 degrees under clear skies.
MONDAY: The work week will get off to a sunny, warm start with high temperatures reaching the upper 80s. We will get close to the record high of 90 from back in 1944. It will feel a bit humid with southerly winds up to 10 mph.
EXTENDED: The warming trend will continue through Thursday with highs in the 80s each day and muggy nights in the 60s. The next opportunity for rain moves in late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning from 12AM-6AM with spotty t-storms through early Wednesday afternoon. Isolated storms are possible Thursday but periods of storms look more likely from Thursday night through Friday, lingering through Saturday morning. We’ll have to watch for strong or severe storms Friday as a cold front moves through. Please check for updates here and on ABC17 News.