Tonight: It will be a very warm night with temperatures staying above 60. The beginning of the night will be mostly cloudy, but there will be a few showers after midnight. Winds will be out of the south at 5-10 mph. Low of 67.
Tomorrow: Monday will be warm, but it will be a rainy day with a few thunderstorms as a cold front moves past the region. We are under an enhanced risk for severe weather, so make sure to stay weather alert. The main threats are hail, wind gusts exceeding 60 mph, a possible tornado and heavy rain. The timing looks to be in the afternoon through the evening, so make sure to take precautions on your commute. Winds will be out of the south 5-10. High of 78.
Extended: After Monday’s cold front rolls through, temperatures will drop considerably. Highs will be in the 50s, and overnight lows on Tuesday and Wednesday will be close to freezing. Temperatures return to the 60s on Friday.