After this morning’s dry cold front, things have cooled down a little. Temperatures have been running about 5-8 degrees cooler today, even with the abundant sunshine. We remain precipitation free, but just to our northeast, rain and snow showers are falling.
Sunshine will be abundant through the end of the week thanks to a strong high-pressure ridge. Temperatures will be on the cool side of normal tomorrow due to the introduction of a cold air mass after the dry cold front. Wednesday afternoon will come in about 5 degrees below normal as well. Thursday will feature a rebound as a strong low moves well to our north. We will be in the warm sector of the system bringing back a nice southerly wind flow. This will raise temperatures a little over 10 degrees putting us back in the low 60s each afternoon for the end of the week. The warmup continues into the weekend as the southerly flow becomes more pronounced. The next cold front is slated for the Monday/Tuesday time frame bringing back another temperature chill after rain showers early week.