Besides a few stray showers (mainly before midnight), tonight will be cool, mostly cloudy, and foggy with lows in the 40s. Cloud cover will thicken back up again into early Wednesday, and a disturbance pushing in tomorrow morning will bring a renewed chance of showers to the area. Scattered showers, and even a few more t-storms look possible throughout the day Wednesday, and well into Wednesday night as a cold front pushes through. Severe t-storms (like we saw Saturday) DO NOT look likely at this time for our area, a greater risk for that will be to our south.
Highs tomorrow will again be mild, in the upper 50s/low 60s. Tomorrow night, lows will be colder behind the departing front, in the 30s. We could see a few spotty rain/snow showers late Wednesday night-early Thursday morning (but nothing significant).
The bigger story into late week will be the WIND in general. It will be breezy tomorrow, but winds really look to pick up in speed by Wednesday night-Thursday morning. Though most of Thursday looks dry, winds look to occasionally gust over 45MPH from roughly Wednesday night until Thursday night. With the recent wet weather, the soil will still be very wet. Trees could be blown easier due to strong winds and the saturated ground, and sporadic power outages may result at the end of this week. Highs Thursday will be in the low-mid 40s, but it will feel colder because of the wind!
It looks like we'll get a chilly but fair day Friday with highs closer to normal, in the upper 30s/low 40s. A stronger cold front will bring the chance of rain/snow showers Friday night-Saturday. Temperatures by the beginning of next week will be in the 20s and 30s for highs, and the teens for lows! Stay tuned!