Good Monday. We will see some scattered showers and maybe a few non-severe storms this afternoon into this evening as a true cold front begins to work it's way through. It won't help out with the drought that much, but I expect we will get a good .25" to .50".
Late tonight the rain will taper off, and we will drop to 64 by Tuesday morning. Through the day Tuesday we will see northerly winds blowing in cooler and drier air keeping our high at a very comfortable 80 degrees. Tuesday night the cool air will continue to filter in. When you wake up Wednesday morning you will be amazed at how cool and comfortable the air is.
Temps will be in the low 50s Wednesday morning. We will have mostly cloudy skies Wednesday as low pressure to our north spins in not only the clouds, but also the cooler air. Wednesday the high will also only reach 80.
Thursday and Friday will be even cooler. Lows both days will still be in the low to mid-50s, but the highs will only manage to get into the mid-70s. Other than a few clouds, it should be ridiculously comfortable.
The weekend looks great, but a little warmer as highs climb back to about 80.
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