A Wind Advisory is in effect until 6pm today. A warm southerly wind blowing into our area ahead of a cold front will gust up to 30mph this afternoon. That onshore flow is out ahead of an approaching cold front that will move into the region late this afternoon. Therefore it'll be unseasonably warm with highs reaching the low 70s, and along that front we'll have about a 30% chance of afternoon showers. We're not anticipating any loud storms, and the front should be east of our area later this evening. Severe weather is not likely with this event.
In the wake of the front, plan on a chilly start to your Wednesday with morning lows in the 30s. The afternoon stays on the cooler side with highs in the 50s. Then, temps rebound quickly on Thursday and Friday into the mid to upper 60s with 70s by the weekend.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster