Tuesday Forecast: Sunshine A’Plenty!

Projected Highs

Projected Highs

TODAY: Dry air will continue overspreading the region, scouring out the overnight moisture/showers to the southeast. This will translate to a cobalt blue sky with highs in the 75-80 degree range. Expect a breezy northwest wind as well.

TONIGHT: The wind relaxes as the sky remains clear, so this will be a perfect recipe for efficient radiational cooling. Lows will dip into the mid 40s, so you’ll likely need a jacket to start things off Wednesday.

WEDNESDAY: A cool start gives way to a pleasantly warm afternoon with highs around 80 degrees.

END OF WEEK: Overnight lows creep up somewhat as a little moisture returns to the region. This return will be frivolous as rain chances remain near negligible with another front Friday.

WEEKEND: Behind said front, substantially cooler arrives as daytime highs drop back into the upper 60s with near max sunshine. Morning lows by Sunday will make a run at the low 40s.

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