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Dry and warm conditions continue to start the workweek

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High pressure will continue to dominate our weather to start the workweek with dry and warm conditions. A few more clouds are possible as the day progresses ahead of an approaching frontal system. High pressure will then continue to slide offshore into tonight with increasing clouds.

A cold front and associated low pressure system will then move across the region on Tuesday with rain showers becoming likely. A few showers will linger into early Wednesday with breezy and cool conditions behind the frontal system, before drier and milder weather returns with high pressure into the late-week period.

Monday Photo courtesy of, used with permission


• Today:
Sunshine mixed with a few clouds. Very mild.
High 72°F
Winds South between 10 and 15 mph.
Chance of rain 0 percent.

• Tonight:
Partly cloudy.
Low 46°F
Winds South between 5 and 10 mph.
Chance of rain 10 percent.

Tomorrow Photo courtesy of, used with permission


• Tuesday:
Morning sun giving way to increasing clouds with occasional rain showers likely in the afternoon.
High 68°F
Winds South between 10 and 15 mph.
Chance of rain 80 percent.

• Tuesday Night:
Cloudy with rain showers likely in the evening, then becoming partly cloudy and breezy after midnight.
Low 42°F
Winds West between 10 and 15 mph.
Chance of rain 60 percent.

Mid to Late Week
Mid to Late Week Photo courtesy of, used with permission

Mid to Late Week

• Wednesday:
Variably cloudy with a lingering rain shower possible early. Breezy and cooler.
High 55°F
Chance of rain 20 percent.

• Thursday:
Plenty of sunshine and breezy.
High 59°F
Chance of rain 0 percent.

• Friday:
Sunshine mixed with clouds and a scattered rain shower possible in the afternoon.
High 63°F
Chance of rain 30 percent.



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