TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy, Seasonable. Low 38. Winds: NW 5-10 mph.

MONDAY: Cloudy, Mid-Day/PM Showers. Hi 54. Winds: SE 5-10 mph.

TUESDAY: Passing Clouds, Seasonable. Hi 53.

Our weather brought a beautiful spring day after a stubborn and damp easterly flow would not give way yesterday. High pressure and sinking air allowed for brilliant blue skies. Temperatures followed the additional sunshine as readings jumped into the low and middle 60s.

With dry air and clear skies in place, temperatures will quickly fall into the 40s this evening, eventually bottoming out in the upper 30s overnight.

The next area of low pressure moves in Monday, bringing more showers for mid-day and the afternoon. It won’t be an all day rain, but similar to Saturday morning, a period of steadier showers is possible with around a quarter inch of rain expected. That system exits tomorrow night, with a noticeable drier trend for mid-week. High pressure looks to win out and keep any storms to our south, which means a nice and seasonable stretch from Tuesday through Thursday. This is a reversal from the initial chance of rain Wednesday with a developing system to our south. The next front approaches from the west next weekend, spreading in showers late Friday with a better chance for rain Saturday. Warm air will make a comeback with the rain as highs soar to near 70 next Saturday!

-Meteorologists Dan Tomaso and Adis Juklo