The upper low responsible for all of the “wacky” weather this weekend will finally make it’s exit Monday night. Unfortunately, this means our Monday will be unsettled as well.
Monday: Spotty showers will be likely during the afternoon as the upper low continues to crawl east. Highs will break into the low-mid 60s but NW winds will still make it feel rather chilly. We all should be on the drying trend by sunset.
Tuesday: The below avg. temperatures continue, with highs in the lower 70s. Things will be much quieter though, under partly cloudy skies. A pop-up shower/storm cannot be ruled out but I have left this chance off of the 7-day for the time being.
Wednesday & Thursday: Mostly sunny skies return with highs in the lower 80s.
Next Weekend: Most of our computer models bring a cold front our way during the second half of the day Friday. Showers & storms look extremely possible Friday evening through Saturday night. We’ll have a better handle on the situation later on this week.