Front brings pleasant weather this week
Few showers Sunday evening, then fair weather early this week
A cold front will finally push through Monday allowing for a fair stretch of weather through mid-week. Highs return to the 70s with low humidity and plenty of sunshine. Tropical remnants look likely to push into our region late week, though uncertainty remains on how much rain we could see.
A few lingering showers in the mountains overnight, but most will remain mostly cloudy and quiet. Lows drop into the 60s.
After the cold front exits to our east Monday, skies will dry out with several pleasant days on the way through mid-week. Humidity will be at its lowest Tuesday. Expect highs in the 80s Monday, then mostly 70s Tuesday and Wednesday with mostly sunny skies.
We continue to monitor several systems in the Atlantic Ocean. While our named storms Paulette and Rene are meandering around at sea, we also now have Tropical Storm Sally in the Gulf of Mexico. The forecast has the Sally becoming a hurricane before making landfall. This system will be slow, but some models indicate it could bring tropical rain our way late in the week (likely Thursday and Friday). Several other systems are exiting the African coast and have a high likelihood of strengthening into a tropical storm in the coming week.