TODAY: Monday is a bright, but blustery and chilly day. 10-15 mph west northwest winds will work to keep us cool, with highs only reaching near 40 despite mostly sunny skies.
TONIGHT: A few clouds will develop through the evening, but overall tonight remains mostly clear, especially during the overnight and early morning hours on Tuesday.
EXTENDED: Tuesday starts just as cold, in the teens and 20s. We'll reach for the 40s by the afternoon thanks to a shift to southwest winds by the afternoon. Skies will be partly cloudy by the afternoon. This warmup carries into Wednesday where we're in the 50s under mostly sunny skies. This warmup is tied to moisture flow ahead of an upper level trough that will bring a surface low pressure in from the southwest. Widespread rain and possibly thunder will return with this low Thursday, and potentially linger into Friday. Temperatures currently are expected to stay warm enough to keep this one all rain, with highs near 50 on Thursday, and in the 40s on Friday. By the weekend, we'll have mild temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s, with a slight chance for showers as an upper level disturbance currently looms in the weekend forecast.