From Mark Searles:
Still a bit breezy tonight under a mainly clear sky. Clouds will get a little heavier overnight with temperatures dropping into the lower to mid 30s for most spots by Tuesday morning. A few rain showers MAY pass through at times Tuesday but the best chance of rain for the area seems to arrive Tuesday night into Wednesday ahead of a strong cold front.
This front may bring some widely scattered thunderstorms through the area Wednesday. Temperatures will be at thier mildest Wednesday afternoon, lower 60s possible over inland spots. Thursday looks dry at this point, with upper 40s for most. Colder air (mid 30s) arrives for Friday with mixed signals in the forecast guidance. One of the longer range models suggests a clipper system zipping through with the chance of some snow...most of the other guidance keeps this storm to our south with just some clouds...stay tuned for updates on this over the next couple of days!
Tonight: Some clouds overnight. Low Mid 30s
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, isolated rain showers. High: 54
Wednesday: Scattered showers, isolated thunderstorm possible. High: 62
Thursday: Partly sunny, gusty NW 25-35mph. High: 48
Friday: Partly sunny, watching a system nearby. High: 37
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High: 34
Sunday: Partly sunny, chance of a late day shower. High: 48
Monday: Partly sunny. High: 56
Today's Record Temperatures