Not a whole lot of change in the weather pattern today as we have sunny skies and readings getting into the upper 50s by mid-afternoon. Winds will be very light as high pressure settles overhead.
Tonight we go mostly clear into Saturday morning with lows dipping down into the middle 30s. Winds will begin to come in lightly from the south at 5-10mph.
Substantial warming commences on Saturday under mostly sunny conditions. The mercury warms into the middle 60s as south winds turn west northwesterly at 10-20mph. We could see a few higher gusts through the day.
Saturday night stays clear and quiet with lows in the middle to upper 30s.
Sunday gives gorgeous sunshine while the thermometer churns out readings around 70 degrees. South winds will be breezy and come in at 15-20mph. Once again no rainfall is expected.
The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday continues the above normal temperature trend with afternoon highs into the middle 60s with lots of sunshine.
A cold front rolls into the area later Monday and turns us cooler for the mid-week period. Look for upper 50s on Tuesday and Wednesday.