A cold front will move through the entire region by tonight, bringing a return to colder, drier weather for Wednesday. Lows tonight will drop into the mid and upper 30s, with highs in the mid to upper 50s for Wednesday, some 10-15° colder than Tuesday. Skies will be mostly sunny. The coldest night this week will be Wednesday night, when temperatures fall into the lower and mid 30s under clear skies.
Warmer weather returns Thursday with highs in the low to mid 60s with a few high clouds. Sunshine and dry weather continue Friday and into the weekend, with gradually warming temperatures. Highs around 70 can be expected Friday with low to mid 70s Saturday and Sunday. Once winds turn back onshore, which should be Saturday, overnight temperatures will be warmer too...into the 40s Saturday morning and 60s by Monday morning.
Next week, another cold front moves into the region bringing a chance of showers and storms Monday afternoon. The chance for rain is small at this point, but may need to be adjusted upward slightly if it appears higher quality moisture/humidity can return to the area ahead of the front. At this time, we have a 20-30% chance for Monday afternoon, similar to what we saw Tuesday. Temperatures will cool back into the 60s behind the next front for mid-week.
Chief Meteorologist Derek Beasley