Showers will continue to wind down as they track east across the area out ahead of a front, that should move out of the region by lunchtime. We do expect sunshine as we head through the afternoon. Winds become northwesterly in the wake of this front and that will help push our temps way down. Daytime highs will reach the mid 60s around 3pm and then quickly drop into the mid 50s by sundown. Skies become mostly clear overnight with lows tanking in the upper 30s.
The best looking day this week will be Wednesday with lots of sunshine, tomorrow's highs will be a little cooler as well in the upper 50s. The winds will shift once again for the second half of the week, as a more southerly wind flow becomes more pronounced, the humidity will crank back up once again. The next storm system arrives late Thursday into Friday bringing some decent rain coverage to the region. Some threatening storms are not out of the question and some could turn severe. Stay tuned into the forecast!
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster