Tuesday is looking cool and dry with highs in the low and mid 60s. Mid to late week, high pressure moves into the Western Atlantic with a warming trend and moisture returning.
Thursday's forecast calls for a high of 78 with a low of 59.
Tonight: Much cooler with clearing skies and lows in the mid 40s.
That's not all, it's also packing a severe weather threat with numerous tornado and severe t-storm watches in place. A solid or broken like of gusty showers and storms will march eastward through the late evening and partially overnight hours.
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Thunderstorms will be gradually ending from west to east with a cold frontal passage early Saturday morning, bringing an end to the severe threat. We'll keep an eye on things. The newest update for your First Alert weather app will allow you to customize individual alerts, including severe thunderstorm, tornado, and flooding.
Remain in place of shelter until you are notified that the hazard has passed. The forecast calls for mostly clear skies with an overnight low around 48 degrees.
Monday offers little in the way of relief, with moderate to heavy rains expected for much of the day and temperatures in the mid- to upper 50s. Increasing valley rain and higher mountain snow above 7,500' with several inches likely Sunday night through Monday night. Highs around 83. Wind S 10-20 miles per hour. Northwesterly wind in the morning will shift to the southwest in the afternoon 5-10 miles per hour.
Then, the rest of next week will warm right back up to the 70s with plentiful sunshine, so we just have to get through tomorrow, and then we'll be home-free the rest of next week. South winds 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph, increasing to 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 35 mph in the afternoon.