As high pressure begins to move in, we’ll continue to dry out and clear overnight. It will be a cold one however, with a NW breeze keeping us company (we shouldn’t be as gusty overnight though). Temps will fall into the 30s for most by Tuesday morning, and patchy frost will be possible. If you have sensitive plants, make sure you cover them or take them indoors overnight! By tomorrow afternoon, we’ll see abundant sunshine. and highs should rebound back into the upper 60s/low 70s. We look to see a mix of sun and clouds and fair weather with highs in the low 70s through Thursday.
Our next chance of rain will arrive with another strong cold front on Friday. This front has the potential to bring widespread showers and thunderstorms through Friday, though it is still unknown at this time whether we may see a few severe storms again. Scattered/spotty showers may linger on and off through the weekend as well, and we will be cooler, with highs in the 50s Saturday and Sunday. Stay tuned!