High pressure builds in today allowing dry air to set the stage. A stray shower is possible later this afternoon, but most of the area will continue to deal with mostly sunny skies and calm conditions.
Temperatures to start the morning are in the 40s and 50s. Our highs will be hitting the low to middle 70s with the lower elevations in the 80s. Even though we are slightly warmer than average, dew points are considered pleasant sitting in the 50s. Overnight we will have a few clouds build back in for the eastern slopes with temperatures resembling last night in the 40s and 50s.
We continue our dry, mostly sunny pattern into tomorrow. Temperatures will be close to what we will see today, maybe a degree or two warmer. A cold front will slice through us overnight Friday into our Saturday. This frontal system will bring cooler temperatures into the 60s for the weekend and scattered rain showers throughout Saturday. Rain showers could start overnight Friday.
High pressure will once again build in on Sunday allowing the rain to move off shore, but temperatures will still hover in the upper 60s and lower 70s. Looking ahead into next week, temperatures look seasonable and rain can be spotted again potentially by the middle of the work week.