The Fall weather finally returns after our weekend cold front, so get ready for a few chilly nights. We’ll continue to clear and cool through the night, meaning our coldest temperatures this week are still to come!
EXPECT LOWS TO FALL INTO THE LOW 40S ALONG THE COASTLINE TONIGHT WITH INLAND AREAS BOTTOMING OUT IN THE UPPER-TO-MID 30S, BUT TUESDAY NIGHT WILL BE EVEN COLDER AND COULD GET A BIT FROSTY.
Our next weather maker is gathering strength in the Plains, and is expected to bring rain for the weekend. As it moves in on Friday expect the humidity and cloud cover to dramatically increase from what we’ve seen over the last few days, and we’ll see a likely chance of showers and thunderstorms for Saturday. We’ll only warm back into the mid 60s as the front moves in, and our crisp, chilly Fall weather moves right back in as the rain clears.