A slow warming trend will continue through Wednesday. Then a cold front will barrel through bringing seasonably chilly conditions Thursday through the weekend.
TodayMostly cloudy, edging toward 60.
Behind a warm front which drifted through the region Sunday night, weak southerly flow will help boost temperatures about 5 degrees relative to Sunday. The moist flow from the south will promote pretty extensive cloud cover, although the sun may peak through at times. High temperatures should range from 55-59. Overnight, mostly cloudy skies persist, with lows 40-45 (suburbs-city).
TuesdayChance of showers, mild.
A weak cold front will dissolve over the region early in the day. A few showers may linger along it -- but should be quite scattered. More of the day will be dry than wet with highs 60-64. Overnight, it should remain on the cloudy side with a few widely scattered showers possible. Lows should range from 45-50 (suburbs-city).
WednesdayMainly dry and mild.
A cold front will approach from the west, but ahead of it expect mild conditions thanks to southerly breezes. We should have a mix of clouds and sun with a tendency towards increased cloudiness in the afternoon. High temperatures look to be the warmest of the week, ranging from the mid to upper 60s. Late in the afternoon and in the evening hours, showers and thunderstorms are possible as the cold front moves through the area. It will likely become breezy late and chilly, with lows 40-44.
A Look Ahead
- Breezy and cool conditions are likely behind the cold front on Thursday and Friday, with highs 50-55, and lows 32-37 (suburbs-city)
- By the weekend, temperatures should moderate a bit, with highs 55-60 and mostly sunny skies.
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