The last few days haven’t been too bad, and tonight will be a slightly warmer repeat of last night’s chilly, crisp weather. Expect chilly and dry conditions with a low near 43 degrees and light northeasterly winds.
THAT MEANS INLAND AREAS ARE LOOKING AT THE MID-TO-UPPER 30S, REMINDING US WE AREN’T FAR AWAY FROM NIGHTS BELOW FREEZING.
Tomorrow will be the coolest day of the week, with an afternoon high near 68 degrees and sunny skies. Winds initially come from the north and east, but will begin shifting southerly as early as tomorrow evening.
THAT MEANS WE’LL BEGIN A STEADY WARMING TREND AS THE HUMIDITY CLIMBS A LITTLE EACH DAY AHEAD OF OUR NEXT FRONT.
That won’t arrive until Monday, so sunny, dry conditions will continue for the rest of the week and the weekend…just expect it to be a warmer and slightly muggy by then.