Today was a good day to take care of some outdoor chores. Tomorrow will be better spent inside. Following a brief glimpse of the sun this afternoon, we are tracking skies to become mostly cloudy and the next batch of showers to arrive after midnight. The remnants of Sergio from the Pacific and an approaching cold front will keep off and on light rain around through Monday.
The same cold front will keep temperatures cool, if not chilly, next week. After “spiking” in the low 60s Monday morning, temperatures will fall throughout the afternoon as the cold front tracks through. We’ll settle for the highs in the mid 50s through Thursday. Along with brisk afternoon, we are tracking the first frost potential of season. The best chance will come Thursday morning. It shouldn’t be too difficult to reach the frost threshold of 36° with clearing skies and a fresh Canadian air mass.