The calmer weather continues through the rest of the weekend. Cooler air moves in during the coming days.
Fairweather cumulus clouds will clear out overnight. The clear conditions will allow for our lows to drop into the upper 50s and lower 60s. Some locations will see patchy fog by Sunday morning, especially near rivers and in sheltered valleys.
Our temperatures will be even cooler Sunday as most thermometers struggle to break into the 80s. Highs will vary in the mid and upper 70s. The sunshine will be ample throughout the day, as well. Overnight lows will cool into the mid 50s for most.
The cool weather lasts through the first half of the week. Highs Monday and Tuesday will range in the lower and mid 70s under mostly sunny conditions. Some will see extra clouds Tuesday, but all in all, it will be a quiet start to the week.
Some folks could see a stray shower Tuesday, but the day as a whole will not be a washout. Highs bounce back quickly by the middle of the week and we again venture into the 80s. As we warm up, scattered rain chances remain possible starting Friday afternoon.
Have a great weekend!
Sky Alert Meteorologist