TONIGHT: Mostly clear and cooler as clouds decrease. Lows in the low 30s.
TOMORROW: Becoming mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s to around 60.
EXTENDED: Sunday brings a nice end to the weekend with highs in the mid-60s with a southwesterly breeze during the day. Monday and Tuesday we continue the warming trend into the upper 60s, with more clouds rolling in by afternoon. By Wednesday, a few showers and storms will be possible along a cold front that will eventually become stationary and produce rounds of showers and storms through Friday. Temperatures remain in the mid-upper 60s through Thursday, and we cool down into the upper 50s behind the front on Friday. If we see anything strong from these storms it would likely be between Wednesday night and Thursday, but we are lacking some of the instability needed to get storms to really ramp up. It bears watching, but we aren't getting too concerned just yet. We will likely end up with up to an inch or a little more of rain between Wednesday-Friday with this front stalling out. Temperatures into next weekend look to be a bit cooler, but near or above average into the low 50s.