We forecast 60° today and that is what our unofficial high has reached. A weak cold front will drift by tonight with a new front moving by, mid week, so we will be experiencing a gradual cool down through the week. This will be a dry transition to cooler weather. Then, this weekend there is a system to watch, and below we have our latest thinking.
MONDAY AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES:
TUESDAY: One cold front moves through tonight as the next one approaches Tuesday. In between the two fronts, we will see highs in the low 50s with a light wind and a mostly sunny sky, so another nice day is in store for Tuesday.
WEDNESDAY: The cooling trend continues as highs drop to the low 40s after lows in the 20s.
THURSDAY: The colder air will continue to filter south, but the Arctic air will likely stay just to the north. We will have to watch this closely as it will be just two states away.
FRIDAY-SATURDAY: We will be tracking a weak storm system as the cold air is in place. The new 18Z GFS has no storm system as it races by before it gets its act together. However, we still have a 30% chance that this system brings some rain or snow. Is the 18Z a viable solution? Yes, it could wait to get its act together before it brings us any precipitation. As usual we will know more as we get closer to the weekend.
Have a great night and Tuesday.