Whew, sometimes forecasts change for the better, and that was the case this evening. What was first expected to be a bout of strong to severe storms, dwindled as the the night rolled around. The broken showers and downpours racing by will move offshore swiftly tonight, setting us up for refreshing sunshine on Monday.
It’ll still be blustery tonight as a totally new air mass enters the region, this one will feel much different than the 85° heat and humidity we felt on Sunday. Expect a bright, crisp sunrise Monday with temperatures in the 40s. It should be difficult to find a cloud all day!
Monday should be the pick of the week with highs near 60° and a whole lot of sunshine. Quiet weather will hold through Tuesday with sunshine and 60s, then our next shot at rain arrives Wednesday into Thursday.
Temperatures could climb up into the low 70s ahead of the rain, and maybe some thunderstorms, on Wednesdays. Then behind this next system some much cooler, if not colder air sinks in by the end of the week.
Stay stoked! – Meteorologist Steve Fundaro