Forecast: Continued stretch of sun for now
FORECAST IN DETAIL
We'll warm up enough today to significantly improve on yesterday's pleasant, but slightly brisk conditions and to close out the weekend in style. Above-average temperatures briefly return today before a dry cold front moves through tonight to push us back to our climatalogical norms. Increasing clouds and shower chances may enter the picture Tuesday into Wednesday.
Today (Sunday): High pressure remains in control of our skies and will lead to another beautiful spring day. With light winds veering around to blow from the south, instead of the north like yesterday, our highs will jump up about 10 degrees into the mid-70s. Make sure to take advantage before we head back to work! Confidence: High
Tonight: A moisture-starved cold front pushes through late in the evening/overnight. The front should be enough to cloud-up our skies, but won't have enough oomph to squeeze out any rain, leaving us with a fairly comfortable, tranquil night. Overnight lows will reach down around 50 (some mid-40s in the cooler suburbs), as winds shift again, blowing from the west-northwest and increasing to near 10 mph by morning. Confidence: High
Keep reading to see if anything will put a damper on our weather this week....
Tomorrow (Monday): It won't be quite as nice as today was, we did have a cold front move through after all, but still a very nice spring day begins the new week. After some exiting morning cloudiness, sunny skies will emerge once again as a new high-pressure area takes hold of the region. Highs will be a bit cooler, in the mid-to-upper 60s, and winds will blow from the northwest with a slight bite, at 10-15 mph. Confidence: High
Tomorrow Night: Another calm night is in store for us tomorrow night, but this time without as much cloudiness. Only partly cloudy skies will we see after dark, and temperatures will be a little cooler, with lows dropping to the low-to-mid 40s downtown and upper 30s in the colder suburbs. Confidence: Medium-High
Tuesday and Wednesday, winds may turn more from the east, causing clouds to increase and possibly some showers later Tuesday into Wednesday. Highs should range from near 60 to the mid-60s with overnight lows in the 40s. Confidence: Low-Medium
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