Temperatures will gradually warm-up through the end of the week. Temperatures will likely reach the mid 70s by this weekend into early next week ahead of the next cold front, which is expected to arrive next Wednesday. A mix of sun and clouds can be expected Friday through early next week.
TONIGHT - THURSDAY:
Low humidity and clear skies will lead to chilly temperatures tonight across the area. Lows will drop into the 30s in most areas north of I-10, with some sections near Hwy 84 and the typically colder spots farther south could see temperatures near freezing by Thursday morning. Sunny skies and highs in the low to mid 60s can be expected Thursday.
FRIDAY - WEEKEND:
Winds will turn back onshore by Friday afternoon, increasing humidity and temperatures across the area. Highs will reach around 70 for Friday and the low to mid 70s this weekend. Skies will be partly cloudy each afternoon. Low temperatures will be in the 40s Friday morning then low to mid 50s are expected for Saturday and Sunday morning.
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY:
The next work week will start dry. Monday and Tuesday will see a continuation of what we will see over the weekend. Partly cloudy afternoons, higher humidity and warmer temperatures in the low to mid 70s. Some upper 70s are possible away from the coast on Monday and Tuesday...but these readings will be isolated. A cold front approaches the area from the northwest on Wednesday. Showers and storms will be likely beginning late Tuesday night and continuing through Wednesday afternoon. Rain will taper off from northwest to southeast as the day progresses on Wednesday. Cooler weather will filter in behind the cold front, with highs in the low to mid 60s on Wednesday and lows dropping into the 40s again Wednesday night.
Chief Meteorologist Derek Beasley