TONIGHT: Clear & Chilly, Patchy Frost Possible. Lo 40. Winds: Light.

MONDAY: Mostly Sunny, Seasonable. Hi 67. Winds: Light.

TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny, Mild. Hi 70. Winds: Light.

Today ended up being slightly warmer than yesterday, despite the cool start and areas of frost. High temperatures hit the low 60s, and the sun felt warm even with a consistent breeze. Tonight the winds remain calm and temperatures in the coldest areas likely dip to the mid-30s. Patchy frost is again likely, but should not be as widespread as last night.

The moderating trend continues as we head into the early work week. Highs Monday bounce back into the upper 60s under mostly sunny skies, and we should break 70 by Tuesday. The warmest day will be Wednesday before a cold front crosses the region Thursday, bringing a period of rain during the afternoon and evening.

Behind the front, cooler air settles in again for next weekend. Highs will tumble into the low 60s with overnight lows potentially dipping into the upper 30s again for some. There may be some moderation next Sunday before a sharp cool down as we head toward Monday the 16th. Plenty of fall chill still to come!

-Meteorologists Dan Tomaso and Adis Juklo