Rain chances will decrease throughout the day Sunday, as a cold front makes its way offshore. Fall officially begins at 4:44 PM! A nice stretch of weather begins Monday and lasts through all of next week.
SUNDAY NIGHT FORECAST: The evening will be mostly cloudy with a small chance of some spotty light showers or drizzle. Overnight skies will clear out and lows will dip into the upper 50's in most locations by morning.
MONDAY FORECAST: Skies will be mostly sunny with morning temperatures in the upper 50's. You may want a light jacket. The first full day of fall will feel like it with afternoon highs in the upper 70's. The airmass will be very dry, making for a crisp feel. Monday night will be clear and cool with lows in the mid 50's.
THIS WEEK: Canadian high pressure will control our weather for much of the week. That means sunny and warm afternoons along with clear and cool nights. Translation "perfect fall weather!". Tuesday through Saturday will be sunny with highs in the upper 70's or low 80's. Lows will range from the mid 50's to the low 60's. We may have a few more clouds and a very slim shower shot Wednesday and Thursday.
TROPICAL AREAS OF INTEREST:
No tropical cyclones are expected to develop over the next 72 hours.
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