• Drying to continue, warmest temps on Tue.
• Pattern change with a slight chance of drizzle/flurries late Tues. night
The upper level low that has kept our weather cool and damp, will be moving off to the east to start the week. Dry northwesterly air will move in on Monday keeping us mostly clear with a high of around 53. As high pressure returns to the region, good radiational cooling will allow temperatures to dip below freezing Monday night with a low of around 30. As our next system approaches, Tues will be marked by increasing clouds with mostly sunny conditions the majority of the day and a high around 54. Tues. Night the pattern changes as a trough starts to dig in to the Western U.S. Initially, on early Wed., a dry cold front will bring a small chance of light precip Tues. night with lows near freezing. Wed will be cooler and 44, before temperatures moderate with another cool shot of air this weekend.
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