TODAY: Tuesday will enjoy much clearer skies than Monday, with high pressure overhead lending to mostly sunny skies. High pressure will also keep winds rather calm today, before becoming more southerly tonight. Expect a high in the low 60s this afternoon.
TONIGHT: These south winds late today will keep things relatively warm overnight. Temperatures shouldn't drop as far, keeping most in the 40s and well out of frost territory. Still skies will likely remain mostly clear to partly cloudy.
EXTENDED: Skies will become cloudier throughout Wednesday as more moisture works in. This is alongside more warmth that bumps Wednesday's highs into the 70s. This sets us up for a chance for showers on Thursday, which keeps us in the 60s. Showers will develop a chance for thunder later in the evening into Friday, where another round of rainfall is possible. While thunder is likely Friday, storms don't look to have any severe potential at this time. A cold front will push this system away Friday night into Saturday, before more rain chances develop early next week. Highs on Friday and Saturday are both nearly 70 degrees, which is seasonable for this time of year.