After a fairly spectacular end to the weekend, we'll keep the mild temperatures going for Monday. Expect clouds on the increase today, mainly through the afternoon. Highs reach the mid to upper 60s and just in time for the evening commute, a thin line of showers will push through the Valley from west to east. It's going to be breezy today as well, with a south wind at 10 to 20 mph.
A few showers linger through tonight into early Tuesday. Rain chances won't exceed 30% and by mid-morning, we'll be dry. Some sunshine is even in the forecast for Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday marks the last truly mild day we'll have for a while. A cold front Tuesday night sends temperatures plummeting into the upper 30s Wednesday morning and only reaching the upper 40s for highs. By Thursday morning, we'll hit the mid 20s. The next round of rain arrives Friday evening and lingers through the weekend.
- Warm now with a big mid-week chill
- Bama's big chill
- Rain on the way before the big chill
- Dry now, flooding concerns return mid-week
- Wind chill can make temperatures dangerously cold
- Cold Front Brings Showers Friday, But Not Much Chill
- Cold wind chills with a mostly sunny sky
- Muggy & warm with showers
- Another big week of sales for Bill Clinton's first novel
- Warming up, then big weekend changes with the chance for snow