TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and cool with lows in the mid-upper 50s.
TOMORROW: Increasing clouds with low humidity and highs in the mid-upper 70s.
EXTENDED: Upper level high pressure keeps us cooler than average for much of this week as dew points stay in the 50s. By the end of the week, the jet stream begins to flatten out a bit more and become more zonal, meaning winds will be flowing from west to east in the upper levels of the atmosphere. This will send a few disturbances our way, increasing our chances for showers and thunderstorms by Thursday night. A warm front will also move in by the weekend, warming us back into the upper 80s by Saturday. There could be a few strong storms over this time frame, with summer-like heat sticking around into next week.