It will continue mild into Monday ahead of the next cold front which arrives by Monday afternoon. Showers and storms will be on the increase Sunday night into Monday as the front approaches. Temperatures will be some 15 - 20° colder behind the front on Tuesday and Wednesday, followed by rebounding temperatures toward the end of next week.
REST OF THIS WEEKEND:
Sunday will begin mild with clouds and fog with a partly to mostly cloudy afternoon. Highs will reach the mid and upper 70s in areas that see the most sunshine. A few showers will try to creep into areas northwest of I-65 by late Sunday night. Temperatures will be mild into the low 60s by Monday morning.
Cold front is expected to arrive by later in the day. The day will start with mostly cloudy skies and highs in the 70s head of a large shield of rain and thunderstorms that will accompany the front. Some of the storms may be a bit on the heavy side, but no severe weather is expected at this time. It will take most of the day for the front to clear the area, so expect a high chance for rain from morning through the evening hours. Most of the rain will exit the area before midnight Tuesday. Temperatures will drop into the 50s behind the front.
TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY:
The cold front will push east of the area bringing cooler and drier weather to the region for Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. A stiff north wind will make it feel even cooler. Highs will struggle to reach 60 on Tuesday and barely crack 60 on Wednesday. Both Tuesday morning's temps will start in the 40s, but Wednesday and Thursday will see temperatures drop well into the 30s, with a freeze possible inland on Wednesday morning.
THURSDAY - FRIDAY:
Temperatures will rebound as the high pressure area moves east of the region and winds turn back onshore. This will allow humidity to creep back up, leading to areas of fog in the morning and warmer overnight temperatures. Highs will reach the 60s Thursday and near 70 on Friday.
The next storm system is expected to arrive sometime during the weekend with another chance for rain. At this time, it appears late Saturday into Sunday will have the best chance. This is still a week away and the timing of this next storm will likely change, so stay tuned. Temperatures do look mild with highs back around 70.
Chief Meteorologist Derek Beasley