TODAY: Warm and windy again with highs in the low to mid-80s along with wind gusts between 25-30 mph.
TONIGHT: Low pressure from our west and an associated cold front will push into the area tonight bringing scattered showers and a few thunderstorms possible late in the evening. Lows are expected to fall into the mid 60s.
EXTENDED: This system will drag a cold front across the area between late Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, bringing in waves of showers and storms. We'll likely see the most rainfall on Wednesday, especially south of I-70 where the front slows. A few storms may be on the stronger side on Wednesday, producing heavy downpours and isolated hail. The overall severe weather threat will be low given the environment and timing of the front. Showers exit early Thursday as the front slides south, shifting winds to the north for mid-week. That will bring temperatures down between Wednesday and Friday into the upper 60s and lower 70s. We end the week with high pressure building in, keeping things tranquil with plenty of sunshine into the weekend. Highs on Saturday and Sunday reach the mid-70s with clear conditions expected.