After a breezy and somewhat rainy weekend, we get back the sunshine for the entire week. High pressure will be in control of the forecast. Temperatures are running mild this afternoon with everyone expected to cross into the low 50s and some areas reaching close to 60 degrees.
Sunshine will be the norm for the week as we remain under the big blue H. Interrupting the flow will be a dry cold front slated for tonight/tomorrow morning. This front is associated with a clipper but has little moisture to work with in the region. Therefore, other than a few clouds streaming overhead tonight and tomorrow, the front will pass cosmetically unnoticed. What will tip us off that the front has passed will be the sharp drop in temperatures. Overnight lows will dip into the middle 20s for Wednesday morning. Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons are not expected to surpass 50 degrees. We stay rain and cloud free with more high pressure through the end of the week. Another storm system will approach over the weekend allowing temperatures to rebound into the low 60s. The cold front will arrive early next week with a better chance for rain.