Monday will be the last pure dry day with sunny skies and readings in the lower 60s. Even so, temperatures stay comfortably mild throughout next week with highs mainly in the 60s.
If you're craving sunshine and warmer temperatures, you'll have to wait at least another day.
I'm calling for mostly to partly sunny skies on Sunday. Several started the morning with low temperatures in the upper 20s. Off and on showers stick around throughout Wednesday and into Thursday, where we pick back up to 60-degrees with cloudy skies.
Tonight, will be mostly clear thanks to high pressure over the area and the wind will lighten up some.
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That slight chance of a shower will continue into the morning hours Saturday again primarily south and west of the city.
Even though we didn't see much sun today, at least we made it into the 60s.
That front will bring rain chances into the forecast tonight and dropping temperatures. Highs will get near 70! Clouds will build in Monday and rain will move in for Tuesday and Wednesday. Either way, rainfall with this feature looks to be light at this time. High temperatures at this point from Friday through next weekend look to remain close to seasonable levels in the low to mid 60s.