No rain is expected as a high pressure center is expected to dominate our area. It will be chilly enough Monday night to break out the light jacket. The National Weather Service says to expect a warm and dry work week before somewhat cooler temperatures and the week's only (slight) chance for precipitation arrive Saturday. Temperatures drop and barely climb out of the 50s in most spots for high temperatures on Monday.
Overnight low temperatures will dip into the 40s and low temperatures will say in the 40s for most of the week ahead.
Thu: High: 76 Low: 52 Mostly sunny, a bit breezy.
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Fortunately, this wonderful weather will linger through the weekend with slightly warmer temperatures.
What's not normal is that afternoon highs will only be a few degrees warmer. Ridge tops will look at lows around 40° and into the lower 40s. Rain chances develop through the afternoon and evening. This is all in assumption the cold front does push through over the weekend, which will clear out any clouds and knock the temperatures down. Lows overnight will be in the low to mid-50s. Winds tomorrow will be out of the southwest under 10 miles per hour. Skies remain very sunny.