Tonight: Mostly cloudy skies will return with the possibility of some patchy fog. There is a slight chance of some showers in the late evening hours before showers and thunderstorms are likely to move in during the overnight to morning hours. Lows temperatures will be in the lower 60s. 

Tomorrow: Scattered showers and some embedded thunderstorms will move through the area ahead of a weak cold front. There is a marginal risk (1/5) for severe storms with the primary threat being locally damaging wind gusts. Rain and storms should begin to clear out by the late afternoon as the front slides to the south. Temperatures behind will only slightly cool with a touch drier air. Highs will be in the mid 70s.  

Tomorrow Night: Mostly cloudy skies with a slight chance for a few showers. Lows will be in the lower 60s. 

Beyond: The next weather system will be a strong cold front with showers and storms that will form early in the week and move through our area beginning late Tuesday into Wednesday. There is a possibility of strong to severe storms with this system that we will be watching closely. As of now, all modes of severe weather will be possible. The forecast for the exact timing and details will be fine-tuned as we get closer.

SPC Day 4 Outlook for Tuesday into Wednesday morning

Behind the front, cold air advection will take hold and winter-like temperatures will return as high temperatures struggle to reach into the 60s.