Clouds managed to clear out by late afternoon today. This opened the door for some sun and milder temperatures as we closed out our Monday. We’ll hold onto the brighter and milder pattern for one more day before a late fall cold snap settles in.
For tonight, we’ll find mostly clear skies. High clouds will sweep back in before sunrise, lingering into Tuesday morning. Temperatures will cool into the upper 30s.
High cloudiness will be rather widespread early in the day but should thin out by afternoon. Afternoon sun will push temperatures into the low 60s. Enjoy the warmth, colder weather will follow.
A front pushing through late in the day on Tuesday will open the door for colder air to sweep in. Afternoon temperatures Wednesday will be 15° colder than Tuesday, and it will likely come with some patchy cloud cover.
Thursday looks brighter, but it will remain chilly with morning lows in the upper 20s and afternoon highs in the upper 40s.
High clouds will be on the increase by Friday afternoon as moisture moves into the area ahead of a storm. Temperatures will remain chilly.
Saturday looks mostly cloudy as clouds continue to thicken. Light showers will break out by the end of the day or overnight Saturday night. Temperatures look like they will remain just warm enough for rain, but it’s something to keep an eye on. Clouds should be on the way out Sunday but will roll back in Monday ahead of another approaching storm. Temperatures will remain cool through the period.