Clouds eventually move in overnight. Those clouds will give way to a few spotty rain showers Tuesday morning, but many of us will avoid them and stay dry. The wind really backs off tonight, too. Lows will be in the upper 30s by Tuesday morning.
We're dry Tuesday afternoon, but we stay mostly cloudy. This helps keep us a touch cooler, in the mid 50s.
We get breezy again Wednesday, helping to warm us right back up. It will be mostly sunny as we warm into the mid 60s.
Near-record warm is possible Thursday! The current record for the date is 67, set in 1973, and we could tie that with a lot of sunshine.
Cooler air then starts to blow in for the weekend. Friday will still be above average. We'll be mostly sunny with highs in the mid 50s.
We then cool closer to average for the weekend with highs in the upper 40s.
Spotty A.M. Rain
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