TODAY: Temperatures this morning have dropped into the low 50s under clear skies and light west winds. Winds turn more northerly today as high pressure slides in, but skies stay clear. This lands us somewhere in the upper 70s this afternoon.
TONIGHT: Winds don't shift to a more southerly direction until after sunset. Skies stay clear and we fall back into the 50s for another brisk start to Tuesday.
EXTENDED: Clouds will increase throughout the day Tuesday, as showers and storms approach from the west. This early round may not hold together, leaving us some dry time during the day. The better chance for storms will enter again from the west into the evening hours. Storms west of Highway 65 Tuesday night may have some severe potential, but it currently looks like they'll struggle to maintain intensity as the push east overnight. Chances for storms will carry into Wednesday morning. Chances for rain may continue off and on through the day, but Wednesday should still have some dry time. Thursday is looking generally drier, but a quick passing upper level wave looks like it could bring a chance for a passing shower or storm. Friday night, another cold front moves in, bringing a chance for storms overnight into Saturday. Drier weather looks to settle in place for the weekend. Temperatures are warming back into the mid-80s by Thursday, before cooling back into the 70s by the weekend.