Another temperature roller coaster for the week ahead
Warming weather is ahead for the beginning of the week, followed by much cooler temps.
Overnight this evening we'll cool to around 50 degrees with breezy southeast winds at 15 to 25 mph. We'll heat up into the mid 70s by the afternoon with yet another day of windy conditions. Southeast winds are coming in from 15 to 20 mph.
Monday begins with temps in the mid 50s. We'll see morning clouds but things will clear up by the afternoon. Highs top out in the low to mid 80s.
With the dryline to our west during the afternoon we could see a storm but the best rain chances won't come in until overnight.
A cold front will move through around daybreak Tuesday bringing in good chances for showers and t'storms. The storms will move east throughout the day leaving cooler temps behind. Tuesday starts out around 50 before only warming to around 60.
Overnight we're back into the upper 30s before Wednesday afternoon temps climb into the mid 60s. Plenty of sunshine will be around for your Hump Day.
Thursday morning, we're starting in the mid 40s with partly cloudy skies. We'll climb to around 70 degrees by the afternoon. We're tracking another disturbance that will move in from the west, bringing our rain chances back.
Showers and thundershowers are expected during the late evening Thursday and early morning Friday as the disturbance passes over. Look for Friday temps climbing to where they should be for this time of year, into the upper 70s.
By Saturday, we've cleared out with temps warming to the low 80s.
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