After our isolated storms yesterday, a quieter weather pattern sets up for the rest of the week. Today will be a little cooler than yesterday, with highs only in the low 60s for highs. Some spots will actually stay in the upper 50s, especially in our northern counties. Expect a few spots to fall into the mid 30s overnight and to start Wednesday morning, with a nice recovery tomorrow afternoon with highs in the upper 60s.
The dry, warm weather returns for the end of the week. Thursday and Friday should feature lots of sunshine and highs in the low to mid 70s. With dry air still in place, these will be picture perfect days, so try and get out to enjoy them!
The weekend and start of next week will be generally unsettled. While temperatures stay warm Saturday, we won’t be totally dry. Areas of showers will develop in a few isolated spots to start the weekend with a little bit better coverage for Saturday night and Sunday morning. Look for cooler air to move in and showers look to taper off a bit on Sunday afternoon before a few more isolated showers on Monday.