Evening showers and thunderstorms will become much more isolated overnight. Still, occasional showers will remain possible into the early morning. Temperatures overnight drop to the mid-60s with partly to mostly cloudy skies.
Additional scattered rain and thunderstorms are expected to develop as a cold front slowly clears the area. Tuesday will have plenty of clouds with an occasional peek or two of sun. Any rain in the morning will be fairly isolated. The best chance for encountering downpours or thunderstorms will be early afternoon through early evening. Rain tapers off by late evening. Skies will stay partly to mostly cloudy through the night as cooler, drier air works into the region. Dew points are expected to settle into the 50s by daybreak Wednesday with lows dipping to the upper 50s overnight.
Wednesday will be the start of a stretch of some dry days with sun. The morning begins with plenty of clouds around. Skies will turn partly sunny by the afternoon but it is setting up to be a cool day. Expect highs in the mid-70s. Wednesday night will certainly be giving off those Fall vibes. Temperatures overnight will drop to the mid-50s by sunrise Thursday. Skies will be mostly clear.
Temperatures will slowly warm the remainder of the week, rebounding back to the middle to near upper 80s by the weekend. Dry weather is expected into the start of the weekend. The next chance for any rain or storms after Tuesday arrives late Sunday night and continues into Monday.
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