Sunday’s high temperature of 80 degrees was just shy of a record high of 82 set back in 1917. Today and this week will be different, we will see cooler temperatures and a couple of days of showers and thunderstorms.
A cold front will move through today bringing a few showers and an occasional rumble of thunder with it. Temperatures will be the warmest in the morning with most of the area in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees but when the front slides through expect temperatures to fall to the low 60s by the evening commute.
Rain returns overnight and will last all day Tuesday, cloud cover and rain will keep temperatures from warming up above the middle 50s and in fact we’ll most likely stay steady through the day.
Rain will wrap up early Wednesday morning, clouds will begin to decrease but temperatures stay cool. Expect high temperatures on Wednesday to reach the upper 50s to low 60s.
More sun as we wrap up the work week with mostly sunny skies and seasonable temperatures on both Thursday and Friday, another round of isolated showers will be possible on Saturday but it doesn’t look like a wash out at the moment.