TUESDAY: We're tracking a batch of cloud cover that could clip folks up toward the northeast portion of the viewing area, but the rest of us will wake up to sunshine and manage to keep it. Temperatures will top out in the upper 50s with a few of us making it to 60.
TONIGHT: A few more clouds roll in overnight but we stay dry with lows falling to the upper 30s.
EXTENDED: Most of Wednesday will stay dry, as rain chances hold off until the evening. This allows us to get into the low 60s despite clouds increasing throughout the day. Rainfall amounts will be fairly light, with around a quarter to half an inch of rain expected. A cold front will be trailing this rain, moving through on Thursday. This makes forecasting highs on Thursday a bit tricky, as we'll likely see our highs sometime in the morning in the upper 50s, depending on the timing of the front. If it's a tad slower we could get back into the 60s again. Toward the weekend, data is a little muddy with another system possible by the end of Friday, but it does look colder, with highs only getting into the low 40s Friday and Saturday.