Another shot of cool Canadian air moves in behind a cold front that slid through the region overnight. After a bit of a murky start with some patchy fog and plenty of clouds we will see high pressure deliver some partial clearing this afternoon. It's going to be a cool and breezy day with partly sunny skies and winds out of the north at 10 to 15 mph highs top out about 10 degrees below normal, in the mid 60's.
We go mainly clear overnight and with light winds it will get chilly by sunrise Tuesday morning with lows in the mid 40's. The winds will be light Tuesday and with mostly sunny skies we will begin to warm things up with highs near 70 degrees. The warm-up will continue Wednesday in advance of an approaching storms system. With partly cloudy skies and strengthening southerly winds highs climb back to normal highs which are in the mid 70's.
Some much needed widespread rains head our way to close out the work week with scattered showers and storms moving in Wednesday night and continuing Thursday and Friday with highs in the lower 80's. It looks like the storms moves east and we see sunshine and cooler temps move in for the upcoming weekend.