The last few days have been rainy as a parade of fronts moved through, but the weather is finally clearing. Colder and drier air will continue to move in on the back of a brisk northerly wind, so expect tonight to be the coldest night we’ve seen in a while with a low near 57 degrees.
Tomorrow will be much more fall-like as well with a high of 71 degrees and mostly sunny skies.
Winds remain from the north, so expect it to remain cool and dry for most of the week. By Friday, clouds will begin to gather again and rain chances increase rapidly as a potential tropical low moves in. Many models have this system moving southeast of us, but there isn’t much overall confidence in that forecast.
The temperature will continue to rise thanks to this warmer air, all the way back into the low 80s by Monday.
This sets up another cold front passage and cool down by the middle of the week.