Mainly quiet for the rest of the week

Only one storm system we're watching

One glimpse of the weekly planner shows that much of the week will remain pretty quiet. With plenty of sunshine for Tuesday and a south wind in place, we’ll have highs bounce back into the lower 60s. The only storm system on the way will work in for Wednesday. Much of the day will be dry as mostly cloudy skies build back in and highs climb back into the lower 60s. While the day starts dry, the incoming cold front will bring showers and even some t-storms our way for late Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night. Thankfully, this system won’t be around for Thanksgiving. While a few showers early in the morning are possible, much of the day will be dry as sunshine will work back in. Behind the front, it will be quite a bit cooler with lows in the upper 30s and highs only topping out around 46° for Thursday afternoon. Partly sunny skies are lined up for Friday, through the weekend and into next Monday. We’ll have a chilly Friday with highs in the middle 50s before we head back near 60° on Saturday. Another quick drop into the middle 50s for Sunday is in the forecast before we head back into the middle 60s on Monday.