We can expect mostly dry weather for the next week or so, but temperatures still look like they will be all over the place. We have a few concerns about a frontal passage tomorrow night into Wednesday, but other than that, we may be able to make it all the way into next week before we see our next significant chance of precipitation. Cold air blasted into the state yesterday behind our very wet Saturday-Sunday morning system. That cold air remains here as we start the day today, but changes are afoot. We start to see a shift in winds later this afternoon, with strong southwest winds likely from tonight through tomorrow. Those winds will take temps to above normal levels tomorrow. Sunshine should be a big player today and tomorrow, although with a potential rapid temperature rise, we could see fog in spots tomorrow morning.
A cold front moves through tomorrow night after midnight through early Wednesday.