Temperatures bounced back nicely on Saturday, starting in the 30s in some locations, and climbing into the mid 70s. It won't be nearly as chilly tonight as clouds build into the region. An approaching cold front will bring a chance of a shower or two come morning, but most will likely remain dry.
Once the front passes, skies will be slow to clear on Monday, with mostly cloudy skies, and breezy conditions expected. Afternoon highs will fall short of what we saw Sunday. After the front, it looks like another quiet, sunny, and dry stretch through the rest of the workweek with slightly below seasonal temperatures.
The next chance of some shower activity still looks to be Friday & Saturday, but likely won't amount to much. Temperatures will actually climb a touch above normal by next weekend. It won't be a late-summer push, but we will be pushing 80.