Good morning. After any fog burns off this morning we’ll see a warm, mostly cloudy day.
With moisture flowing back into the region from the Gulf of Mexico, and a weak cold front due to arrive later this afternoon or evening, there’s a chance of scattered rain showers today. But most areas probably won’t see any rain. Highs before the front should rise into the upper 70s, and lows tonight in the lower 50s.
We’ll more or less remain in a pattern of northerly winds and mild temperatures during this period (there’s a very slight chance of rain Thursday). This should bring us mostly sunny skies, and highs in the low- to mid-70s for most of the rest of the week. Overnight lows will be in the 50s through Saturday morning. Obviously, if you’re complaining about that kind of weather I can’t really help you. Enjoy it as best you can.
Sunday should still be a really nice day, with highs in the 70s, but we should begin to see the return of some moisture and therefore a few clouds. Nights will begin to warm, too, into the low 60s.
We’re still looking at an overall pattern shift in the upper atmosphere next week that should begin to bring more rain showers into the metro area next week. But precisely when, and how much, remains unclear.