Nice weather lasts through the weekend! A cold front moves through overnight - bringing slightly cooler and drier air behind it. Sunday will feel great because of this with high temperatures in the mid to upper 70s. Monday morning will be our coldest forecast this week with low temps in the upper 40s. The afternoon will warm up quickly however, with highs in the low 80s.
High pressure continues to build over our region - which means no rain and hardly any clouds are expected through the entire week. Consistent sunny conditions really warm us up this work with with highs in the mid 80s Tuesday and Wednesday and upper 80s Thursday and Friday. Add in more humidity, and it will feel more like summer than spring!
The next shot for rain comes Saturday, but showers remain rather spotty and light. Sunday has the best shot for any measurable and widespread rain.
OVERNIGHT: Clear and cool. Low: 52
SUNDAY: Sunny and pleasant. High: 76
MONDAY: Cool start then sunny & warm. Low: 48 High: 80
TUESDAY: Sunny and warm. Low: 53 High: 83
WEDNESDAY: Sunny and warm. Low: 56 High: 85
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and warm. Low: 58 High: 86
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and warm. Low: 60 High: 85
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy, chance showers. Low: 63 High: 83
SUNDAY: Cloudy with scattered showers. Low: 62 High: 82
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