Today’s forecast is basically a rinse and repeat forecast from yesterday. Southerly winds should help temperatures warm to around 66° under mostly sunny skies. Southerly winds will be between 5 and 15 mph throughout the day.
Overnight lows will remain mild due to mostly cloudy skies developing by midnight. Lows will drop to around 45°.
Mostly sunny skies can be expected on Wednesday as a weak disturbance approaches the region. Still anticipating southerly flow to keep things nice and warm, in the mid 60s.
The aforementioned disturbance will move through the region on Thursday as a cold front. A few showers may be possible as the front moves through the region. No major rain or storm problems are expected. Temperatures will likely top out in the low 60s on Thursday.
Looking way ahead, a cold front may pass through the region around December 5th. Models are currently indicating a pattern flip to cold may be possible after the passage of the front. This will lead to increased snow potential during mid to late December.