Golden sunshine will rule today with highs in the upper 50s. After a cold front swept through the area last night a cool dome of high pressure will build in for the next few days bringing sunshine. Overnight, a steady northeasterly wind flow will cause lows to fall to freezing across the area, with some spots in town slipping to 30 degrees. That area of high pressure slips east on Wednesday letting temps rebound back to seasonal in the low 60s.
By the end of the workweek, highs jump back into the upper 60s on Thursday and then we'll hit 70 by Friday. Clouds begin to creep back in as we progress through the workweek, and by Friday, expect a 40% chance of wet weather as another cold front marches through the region. In it's wake, colder air moves in just in time for the weekend. Daytime highs in the 50s are expected Saturday and around 60 on Sunday, with wake up readings in the mid to upper 30s.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster