A below normal day for today, but a warming and drying trend will contribute to quiet weather for most of the week.
Cold air coming in from our east will keep temperatures cooler, especially in our morning hours. We will see winds come from the East at 5-10 mph, but they will become variable throughout the afternoon which will warm our temperatures up slightly.
Forecast highs are looking to be 5°-7° below normal for today and in the mid to upper 60s.
Dry air and west winds will kick off a warming trend tomorrow that will put forecast highs in the upper 70s. Because we will see winds come from the west, this means we will see increased wind speeds.
Tuesday’s winds will come from the SW at 15-20+ mph and gusts 30 mph.
Wednesday’s winds will increase slightly as they come from the WSW at 15-25+ mph and gusts 30 mph. As of right now, it looks like these wind speeds could reach Wind Advisory Levels.
These winds will increase temperatures back into the 80s by Friday.
Our drying trend will come to an end on Friday as a 10% chance of showers will be in the forecast until Saturday morning.
Conditions will dry and clear up once again Saturday afternoon as highs will be 8°-12° above average into early next week.