Tonight: Some clouds will filter into the area along with some patchy fog possible in the early AM hours. Lows will be in the upper 40s and low 50s. 

Tomorrow: Mostly clear skies with afternoon highs reaching into the low 70s. Winds around 5 mph from the north. Quiet and nice weather overall. 

Tuesday & Wednesday: Winds will shift to southeasterly as high-pressure slides to the east. This will allow for moisture return to our area ahead of another frontal system. Widespread showers and some thunderstorms will form over the area Tuesday afternoon and move northeastward. There is a risk for isolated to scatter severe storms. The Storm Prediction Center has placed the northwest portion of our area under a slight (2/5) risk and the southeast portion under a marginal (1/5) risk.

As the cold front approaches, a line of showers and storms looks to form late Tuesday and move through the area to the southwest overnight into Wednesday morning. This will also bring a threat for some severe weather. Strong to severe winds are possible with a chance for a brief, spin-up tornado. Also, locally heavy rainfall is possible.

As this system looks to move through the evening through the night, make sure you have multiple ways to receive alerts in the event a warning is issued for your area. Keep up to date with the forecasts as we get closer as the fine details of this event could change heading towards Tuesday.

Beyond: Once the cold front clears Wednesday afternoon, a brief cool down will occur before gradual warming heading into next weekend. 

Tracking the Tropics: No tropical development is expected over the next 5 days in the Atlantic.