TONIGHT: Increasing clouds and chilly with lows falling into the upper 30s. Scattered showers developing late and continuing into early morning.
TOMORROW: Morning showers moving out before midday, sunshine returning with highs in the lower 50s.
EXTENDED: As showers exit on Tuesday morning, we'll be left with decreasing clouds during the day. High pressure returns Tuesday night into Wednesday, bringing morning temperatures down into the lower 30s but into the upper 50s to around 60 during the day. A front lifts through the area on Wednesday, increasing clouds a bit, but temperatures warm in response as that settles to our north on Thursday. Highs reach around 70 degrees with a breezy south wind on Thursday, with a chance for a few showers or storms overnight into Friday morning. A strong cold front approaches on Friday, bringing the potential for thunderstorms by afternoon or evening. The intensity of storms on Friday will be largely conditional on how much cloud cover sticks around in the morning that could potentially limit instability. However, ingredients are coming into place for the potential for severe weather that could include large hail, damaging winds, or even tornadoes. As more data becomes available, the Stormtrack weather team will be considering the possibility of issuing a Weather Alert Day if the threat looks more likely. Over the weekend, we'll be about 20 degrees cooler behind the front on Saturday, but we warm back into the 60s on Sunday. Both days are expected to be dry.