Temperatures will still be mild for Tuesday afternoon, with highs reaching the upper 70s to near 80°, however that will be completely dictated by where the pop-up showers and storms form. There is a somewhat better chance for scattered showers and storms as a cold front moves through the area. Even still, we do not expect widespread rain today.
Passing clouds tonight as the winds shift to a light north direction. That wind shift will gradually usher in drier air. While the daytime highs won’t be noticeably cooler, the clear skies and dry air will allow for cooler nights for the second half of the week. We continue to track a long stretch of beautiful weather out ahead of us.
By Wednesday, the weather should be just a bit cooler with highs in the middle 70s and mostly sunny weather. Conditions should stay dry for the end of the work week and straight into the weekend. Nighttime lows will also be cooler, dropping into the lower 50s Wednesday night and Thursday night.
– KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller