Cold air moving in from our Northwest will drop temepratures into the lower 50s for today.
As a backdoor ccold front continues to move into our area, gusty condtions are expected to stay in the forecast Tuesday morning.
This means that wind chill will definitly be a factor for the start of your morning. As of right now it looks like our feels-like temepratures will be 5°-12° cooler than the actual temperatures until 10 a.m. today.
Winds will still be gusty in the morning, but are also expected to die down around 10 a.m. Winds will come from the Southeast at 10-20 mph thoughout the rest of the day.
Overnight lows will stay in the 30s for tonight, but are not expected to dip below freezing.
These cold condtions will not be long-lived as we will warm back up to near-normal temperatures by Wednesday.
Models right now show temperatures back in the mid 60s and above average by Thursday.
More changes come to our weather on Friday as a pacific storm system comes into our area and increases rain chances to 20%. This system is also expected to increase wind speeds to more breezy condtions.
A second storm system will move in on Saturday as well keeping a 10% chance of showers in the forecast until next Monday.
Temperatures are expected to stay in the 60s for the next 9 days.