Expect temperatures to gradually warm up ahead of the arrival of our next front, which is expected to arrive Friday night into early Saturday morning. Showers and storms will be possible ahead of it’s arrival as it approaches our region; rain/storm chances will be highest in the NE part of our viewing area. Temperatures will once again cool off after the front. Low humidity and mild temperatures are expected behind the front and early into next week.
Tonight into Wednesday morning we will see clear skies, cool temperatures, and lessening winds. Lows in the 50s inland, closer to 60 along the coast.
Wednesday will be absolutely gorgeous with clear skies and low humidity. Conditions will become breezy after lunchtime. Winds will be variable blowing up to 20 MPH. High of 81 degrees.
Wednesday night will be significantly milder. Cloud coverage and moisture will be on the increase into Thursday morning. Low of 67 degrees.
Thursday will be partly cloudy and breezy. SSE winds 10-20 MPH. High of 84 degrees.