Not as cold tonight as our warming trend continues
A few pieces of upper level energy will keep some fair weather, high level clouds around. With a wind out of the south and southeast, temperatures will make their way into the upper 40s and lower 50s this afternoon. It’ll be breezy at times, but we’ll stay dry throughout the day. More low-level clouds develop overnight into Tuesday.
High pressure to the northeast will wedge in some clouds and fog, keeping us cool during the day time. An incoming front and storm system will increase the moisture, changing any patchy fog or drizzle to some rain late Tuesday into Tuesday night. Highs will be in the 50s, but it's possible (with the wedge around) that we don't reach these highs until the evening/at night.
WEDNESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
This front slows down, which may lead to a few additional showers early Wednesday. Otherwise, high pressure to our west will force some colder, drier air into the region late Wednesday into Thursday. Our previously-mentioned front will likely stall to the south. Provided that it stays farther south, we’ll stay dry Thursday. If, however, it stalls farther north than currently projected, we’ll have the chance for some minor snow.
Highs will only be in the upper 30s and low to mid 40s Thursday. As high pressure moves closer to the region, the wind calms down. We'll once again see temps drop into the teens and lower 20s by Friday morning. We'll stay sunny Friday with highs in the 40s.
The coldest air retreats to the north, with the area staying dry through at least Saturday. Highs get into the 50s Saturday afternoon.