Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy with morning temperatures in the 60s for most areas. Areas of fog will likely develop by morning. 

Thursday: Temperatures continue to climb into the lower 80s. It’s going to feel more like spring with higher temperatures and higher humidity. A stray shower cannot be ruled out. Overnight temperatures will only dip down into the 60s. 

Friday: A few showers are possible during the afternoon and evening, but most will stay dry and warm. Highs continue to trend above normal to around 80°. Showers are possible overnight. 

Saturday – Monday: A cold front will move in and increase our rain chances Saturday. The cold front could even stall out or slow down to our south and keep rain chances around into early Sunday. A disturbance will move in Monday and could lead to higher rain chances again. Temperatures will be much cooler both Sunday and Monday.  Highs only in the 50s and 60s both Sunday and Monday. 

Tuesday: Mostly sunny and dry with highs in the 60s. Morning temperatures in the 40s. 

Early Christmas Outlook: As of now, temperatures look to be above normal in the 60s and 70s. Model guidance keeps us relatively dry through Christmas Day.  

Forecast will likely change