Tonight: A weak cold front will pass the area tonight with some increased cloud cover. Moisture is fairly limited, so precipitation with the front is not likely. Clouds will clear some through the night behind the front with lows falling to the lower 30s. 

Tomorrow: The front will not bring any substantial cold air as highs will be similar in the mid-to-upper 50s. Skies will be mostly sunny with light winds out of the north. 

This Week: Gradual warming will continue towards New Years with temperatures becoming above average. Highs in the 70s are expected by Wednesday as winds will become southerly, increasing humidity as well. There will likely be fog development overnight Wednesday into Thursday and early Friday morning.  

Showers and thunderstorms will begin to form to the west ahead of the next frontal system over the area beginning late Thursday and moving eastward into Friday. Heavy rain totals could be a concern as some storms could be on the stronger side and lingering rain showers last into Saturday.