Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a 20% chance of spotty showers. Winds: WNW 4-8 mph, High: 57 (54-61)
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy skies. Winds: NW 4-8 mph, Low: 36 (34-39)
Monday: Partly cloudy skies. High: 59, Low: 38
A weak and fairly moisture-starved frontal boundary slowly swings through on Sunday, making for another cloudy and warmer day to end the weekend. There will still be a slight chance of spotty rain showers because of the lingering moisture at the surface, but most of us will stay dry through the whole day. Drier air will finally start to clear skies out Sunday night, with high pressure giving us a beautiful day Monday. We'll approach the 60 degree mark with sunshine most of the day. Clouds do make a return into Monday night, as things start to change up into Tuesday. We're still expecting to stay dry on Tuesday, but a wave will pass to our south, creating more pesky clouds once again.
If we could divide the week in half, the first part would be the drier and warmer half, while the second half of the week looks to be unsettled and cooler overall. Starting on Wednesday, a warm front will extend from a low over the Great Lakes, bringing back scattered rain showers. This low pushes east Thursday, ramping up rain chances but overall this won't bring any heavy rainfall at least. This low starts to weaken and slow down into next weekend, very similar to the storm we just saw a couple of days ago. Because of this, we'll see lingering clouds and minor precipitation chances next Friday and Saturday with the occluded low nearby. Cooler air does return on the back side of this storm system though, as highs drop back into the 40's with lows near freezing during this time frame.