The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologist Kevin Appleby:
Morning clouds and even a few rain showers yielded to abundant afternoon sunshine and seasonably mild temperatures Sunday. Skies will be clear for the evening, but clouds will begin to increase after midnight.
Low temperatures will be around average, with a lot of us dropping into the 30s. A northerly wind will make it feel a couple degrees colder than the actual air temperature.
Monday will begin with partly to mostly cloudy skies, a theme that will prevail for much of the day. Cloud cover should keep temperatures a few degrees lower than what we saw on Sunday.
The breezes will also pick up beginning Monday afternoon ahead of a cold front. While a shower can’t be ruled out Monday afternoon, a better chance for a more widespread quick burst of rain arrives for Monday evening.
We should sneak in some dry time Tuesday with some sunshine ahead of the cold front. The breeze will still be roaring from the south, so high temperatures on Tuesday should be warmer than the past few days, with some of us reaching the 60s.
We clear out for Wednesday, a bright day that will be near or slightly below average in terms of high temperatures. Clouds thicken once again Wednesday night ahead of yet another wave of low pressure that will move up from our southwest.
This system presents an interesting setup for us, where some warm air will be in place above our heads. However, we may have some cold air wedged at the surface when the precipitation begins to support wintry precipitation of all types. We will continue to monitor this storm and provide updates on-air and online over the coming days.
We should warm up by the afternoon Thursday, where any leftover moisture will be plain rain. Beyond that, I don’t see any major weather disruptions. Looks like we could enter a bit of a dry pattern by the end of the week into early next week.