Tonight: Temperatures drop into the upper 50s overnight. Clouds will build overnight, and winds will be southeasterly at 5 mph. Overall, it will be a warm and calm night.
Tomorrow: The big story for tomorrow is severe weather. A cold front will move in tomorrow evening, but ahead of that front, we may see an isolated storm during the day. There is the threat of heavy rain, straight line winds and a slim chance for a tornado. Otherwise, skies will be mostly cloudy and winds will be out of the southwest at 5-15 mph.
Extended: Tomorrow’s cold front will drop temperatures considerably. December will start off cold as highs will stay in the 60s on Sunday. On Monday, highs won’t escape the 50s. Overnight lows could fall into 30s before a midweek warmup. By Friday, temperatures will be back in the 70s.