Stormy weather continues into the evening hours but will dry up rapidly and start clearing overnight. Expect decreasing cloud cover with an evening low near 55. Winds will shift northerly through the night, and will also increase. This will cause a small craft caution to be in effect in until tomorrow afternoon.
IT WILL ALSO BRING IN MUCH COOLER AND DRIER AIR, SO EXPECT A BIG CHANGE HEADING INTO TOMORROW AFTERNOON.
Skies will clear and temperatures will fall into the low 70s with a breezy 15-20 mph wind. Temperatures will slowly climb into next week, back into the low 80s, but the humidity will remain low. That is until a developing frontal system to the west swings a warm front through between Wednesday and Thursday, bringing a rapid influx of warm, moist air. We’ll see a slight chance of showers around this time and a small pop of cloud cover, but conditions will otherwise remain mostly sunny.