Skies will continue to stay calm going into the overnight hours. For most of the night skies will stay partly cloudy, but most of them will clear out by the time we reach the early morning hours. Temperatures will drop down to the upper 50’s.
In you enjoyed Sunday then you are in for a treat. The unseasonable warm weather will still stay with us going into the start of the week. Whether you are going out for work or if you have the day off for Columbus Day conditions will be favorable for any outdoor activity. Partly sunny skies and high’s in the upper 70’s make it feel like its still the end of summer, but that won’t last too much longer. Monday night will also stay cool as the low makes it down to 60 degrees. A great night to sleep with the windows open.
Tuesday will also be warm with highs in the mid 70s. A weak cold front will pass through the region and bring a low chance for an isolated shower or storm. Wednesday and Thursday are looking like two more warm and dry days. A stronger cold front approaches next Friday with rain and thunderstorms expected. After that cold front moves through there will be a big drop in our temperatures that will finally put us to where we should be this time of year, the low 60’s.
For a detailed breakdown of the next seven days, click play on the video above.