After a warm and humid start to the weekend, today was a drastic change. Instead of the 80s and high humidity of yesterday, it was replaced with cool and dry air across the region. A broad area of high pressure will be in the region through the first part of the week. Combine that surface high with an upper level ridge to our west, a northwest flow will keep our weather dry and cool.
Most days will start off mostly sunny with partly cloudy skies returning later in the afternoon. The overall flow will be from the northwest which means no big jump in our temperatures. As we go late in the week, a little disturbance sliding by will bring a small chance for an isolated shower or storm on Friday. The weekend looks to be partly cloudy and still mild with highs in the upper 70s to near 80.
Tonight: Decreasing Clouds.
Lows: Mid 50s.
Winds: Northwest at 12 calming to 6 mph.
Sunday: Partly to Mostly Sunny.
Highs: Mid 70s.
Winds: Northwest at 6 to 11 mph.
Sunday Night: Mostly Clear and Cool.
Lows: Mid 50s
Winds: Northwest 8 calming to 3 mph