The warming trend begins today as an onshore flow becomes more pronounced helping to push us back into the seasonal zone. Sunny skies will prevail overhead as well sending temps into the lower 70s.
The mercury climbs even higher this weekend, and our air mass turns more humid. During the peak heating of the day tomorrow, highs will top in the mid 70s, then by Sunday inland zones will be flirting with 80. The pattern changes completely on Monday as a cold front approaches the region bringing a chance of showers and storms by late day. It will be a fast-moving system with rain chances holding through Tuesday morning. In it's wake, another round of cold, dry air will spill in for Wednesday morning. In fact, mid-week wake-up temps will be in the 30s with frosty conditions possible.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster