Warm, sunny weather builds this week
Highs return to the 70s
After a cold weekend with frosty mornings, we’ll see a pattern shift building this week. Warm conditions with plenty of sunshine are likely all through the week as high pressure brings winds out of the southwest. Highs will return to the 70s and even 80s for some! Our next rain chance arrives late next weekend.
No concern for frost tonight as lows are expected to only fall into the 40s under partly cloudy skies. Some areas in the NRV could see patchy fog.
High pressure in the upper levels of the atmosphere is located in the Atlantic. It looks to strengthen and shift to the west and this could set us up for a blocking pattern. This could shift the jet stream a bit north keeping us dry through the week. Temperatures look to rebound on Monday with temperatures climbing by the middle of the week into the 70s area-wide.