Last weekend’s front was all about cooling, but today’s is all about warming. A warm front is draped across the coastline, causing light showers north of I-10. That’s where we are right now, but as that front slides slowly eastward showers and thunderstorms will become more likely. Thunderstorms are almost certain for tomorrow though.
ANOTHER COLD FRONT IS MOVING DOWN FROM THE NORTHWEST, AND WILL PASS COMPLETELY THROUGH BY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON.
That means most of tomorrow will be stormy, along with the first half of Wednesday, but cooler and drier weather will return by the end of the week. This will bring highs out of the mid 80s and back into the low 70s by Thursday. The weather will remain pleasant through the weekend, but will begin to warm and moisten again as another warm front arrives by Sunday.