As we begin a brand new workweek expect a sun/cloud mix, temps will climb into the low 70s with stray showers through the afternoon. More widespread rain coverage moves in overnight as a cold front approaches the region. The rain expands tomorrow morning as the front plows through keeping showers around town through lunchtime. The rain should be east of our viewing area by 5pm tomorrow, with a gradual clearing trend tomorrow night into Wednesday morning.
In the wake of this system, northwesterly winds will usher in some cooler temps for Wednesday. We'll wake up Wednesday morning in the upper 40s, then during the peak heating of the day we'll top in the mid 60s. High pressure will take control of our pattern, but as it shifts east of the region by late week, southerly winds will push temps back into the 70s with isolated showers returning.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster