The cloud cover proved tough to budge through the course of the
weekend, but now a cold front will provide some clearing by Monday
morning. A shower or two can not be ruled out to start Monday, but the
remainder of the day appears dry with sunshine. Highs in the afternoon
will flirt with the 60 degree mark as warm air over the central United
States moves eastward.
Tuesday promises to be another warm
day with temperatures possibly topping out in the middle 60s in spots. A
bit more cloud cover will be around as another cold front approaches
Tuesday afternoon. Any shower activity associated with the front looks
to hold off until Tuesday night. The current model guidance does not
show much rain reaching our backyards Tuesday night into Wednesday
morning, but a cool down will be noticed by Wednesday afternoon.
-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso