The cold front that moved through the region Monday morning will be well east of the region by tonight. Skies will slowly clear from the northwest through the night as drier air filters into the region. Lows tonight will fall into the 30s and 40s with highs in the low 60s for Tuesday and Wednesday. A weak upper level disturbance will rapidly approach the area Tuesday night. This will bring thick clouds to the area overnight, keeping temperatures from dropping too much by Wednesday morning. Still expecting mid to upper 30s inland and 40s toward the coast.
Sunny skies are expected the rest of the week. We do not expect a significant warm-up as winds out of the northeast will keep cooler and drier air pushing into the region. Temperatures will be in the 60s by day and 40s by night through this weekend, with the only difference being upper 60s this weekend as opposed to mid 60s Wednesday and Thursday. Low temperatures will moderate some, and only drop into the 40s. No rain is expected for the next 7 days.
Chief Meteorologist Derek Beasley