A ridge of high pressure is settling over our area, in the wake of a cold front that passed through the area overnight. This ridge will hold strong through the midweek.
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A ridge of High Pressure will build in and remain in place through Wednesday. So, starting Tuesday we will see gradually increasing clouds with slowly rising rain chances. As this front moves toward the area, there will be a gradual warming trend as well. Wednesday, we will only see a fair chance for scattered rain with this system. Things could change and rain chances may go up.
For the rest of the day
Expect plenty of sunshine with only a little in and out, light cloud cover. Winds will be light to moderate and out of the North. It will feel seasonably comfortable with highs in the lower 80's and NO rain chances for the rest of the day. Overnight, expect pleasant conditions with mostly clear skies and lows in the lower to mid 50's. Winds will return to the SE and be light to moderate.
For the rest of the 7day planner
For the next couple of days, these conditions will continue. A developing front will move into the area on Wednesday and Thursday. This will be our next significant chance for rain. The later part of the work week will bring with it, clearing skies, tapering rain chances and much cooler temperatures.
TODAY...Clear skies and pleasant conditions in the wake of a cold front. Highs 79-85. North wind 3-10mph.
MONDAY NIGHT...A cool
night with fair to partly cloudy skies. Lows 50-56. NE, becoming SE wind
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