We'll have another period of warm, sunny weather before cooler and rainy weather returns.
High pressure over the region brings another reminder of summer weather.
Monday morning will be cool with some patchy fog, but it will burn off quickly, giving way to blue skies. Winds out of the south bring lots of warm air in, causing our high temps to be a bit above normal - reaching around 70 degrees.
Conditions will be very mild Monday night, with lows around 50 and lots of stars.
Tuesday will be more of the same with plenty of sun and above normal highs - many will be approaching 80 degrees! We will have a weak cold front come through, but it won't have enough moisture associated with it to produce rain. It will touch off a few more clouds, and be breezy - be ready for gusts in the mid 20s.
Wednesday will be just a bit cooler - still many low 70s - but the real cool down won't arrive until later in the week.
Our next system approaches, causing scattered rain chances Thursday. That chance, and more cloud cover, will stay with us through the weekend. The big thing you'll notice will be the change in temperature! Highs Friday and Saturday will be in the 60s, and closer to the mid 50s for Sunday.