Talk about a pattern change! Temperatures are about to surge well above our average high in the lower 70s.
Following a few showers this morning, our Sunday has been dry. Rain chances return mainly after midnight and last into Monday morning. A few rumbles of thunder are also possible. Overnight lows continue to warm-up a bit. We’ll begin our Monday in the middle 50s.
Monday starts off a bit soggy, but we should get a break in the rain during the early afternoon. That is likely to be followed by another round of wet weather Monday evening. Once again, a few storms are possible. At this point, severe weather isn’t expected. Clouds and rain will temporarily halt our warming trend with highs in the upper 60s.
Scattered showers continue into our Tuesday forecast, but rain chances taper off to just 20% by Wednesday.
The warmest temperatures so far this year are coming our way. We’ll put together a stretch of days with highs in the 80s, which will last into the weekend.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with rain late. Low: 57
Monday: Periods of rain and storms. High: 68
Tuesday: Scattered showers. High: 70
Wednesday: Partly sunny. 20% chance of rain. High: 81
Thursday: Partly sunny and warm. High: 84
Friday: Partly sunny. High: 85