CALM AND COOL TODAY AND TUESDAY
AREAS OF FROST TONIGHT
RAIN LIKELY LATE TUESDAY THROUGH EARLY THURSDAY
PLEASANT AND WARM BY THE WEEKEND
Today: Mostly to partly sunny, breezy and cool. Highs 55-62. Northwest wind 5-15 mph.
Tonight: Clearing and cool with patchy frost possible. Lows 33-39. Light wind.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and mild with increasing clouds in the afternoon. Highs 60-66. Northeast wind 5-10 mph.
Quiet weather is expected today and Tuesday with mostly to partly sunny skies. It will be breezy again today with high temperatures running well below average in the lower to middle 60s. High pressure will try to slide in and bring more sunshine today and part of Tuesday.
With clear skies, light winds, and dry air temperatures will drop into the 30s tonight. Areas of frost are expected, especially in the higher elevation and sheltered valley locations where winds become calm.
A weather disturbance over the Desert Southwest will act together with Gulf of Mexico moisture late Tuesday night to provide us with periods of rain mid-week. Rain chances are highest during the day on Wednesday as moisture continues to be pumped into the region. Some heavier showers are possible, especially along the higher terrain. Showers should start to taper off gradually Thursday as low pressure pulls away and off the east coast. This will make way for much more pleasant weather.
Afterwards, Friday and Saturday look pleasant with a warm up on the way. High pressure will sit on top of the southeastern U.S. resulting in sunshine and temperatures in the upper 60s to 70s.
Recap: Highs in the 60s through Friday...70s Saturday and Sunday. Lows in the 30s tonight and 40s through the remainder of the week.
Our average high is 71°, low 46°.
Meteorologist David Boyd