TODAY: The moisture that brought spotty showers and a blanket of clouds on Monday, pushes south today. High pressure builds in today, bringing a slight change to our airmass that keeps us less humid here at the surface. Meanwhile, some clouds are likely today, making only for partly cloudy skies. Expect highs in the low 80s, with more sunshine than Monday where we only reached upper 70s.
TONIGHT: Skies will clear again into the overnight, setting us up for a start in the low 60s Wednesday.
EXTENDED: Our surface high pressure will stay just close enough to continue to keep our moisture to our southeast. Additionally, upper level high pressure to our west will generally keep any upper level waves from disturbing our pattern through Friday. This all keeps us increasingly sunny and warmer day by day. Expect clear skies and highs in the upper 80s, if not near 90 by Friday. Then our mid-level winds start to pick up out of the south into Saturday, bringing a return of better moisture. This will bring a chance for afternoon storms on Saturday, ahead of an approaching cold front Saturday night into Sunday morning. Then we're trending drier into Monday, but a few showers can't be ruled out with the large low pressure associated with the front lingering nearby. Temperatures may surge Saturday, depending on rain and cloud coverage. Otherwise, cooler weather is in store for the end of the weekend.