Fair weather will continue today as an area of high pressure sits overhead through the day. Beneath this fair weather center, we can anticipate mostly sunny skies, light winds and temperatures not far from average for the date – with highs in the upper 30s to middle 40s across the area.
The bubble of high pressure – which shifted southward from Canada and cooled us off on Monday – will gradually shift southward through the remainder of the upcoming week. As a result, Monday’s chillier north wind will be replaced by a milder southwest flow of air and temperatures will return to above average values starting on Wednesday.
The only opportunity for precipitation over the next couple of days looks to come very late tonight into first thing tomorrow morning when a few light sprinkles or isolated showers are possible in advance of the returning mild air. Otherwise, we’ll have to wait until Saturday and Saturday night for meaningful storm chances.