SUNDAY: The passage of an overnight cold front will bring another shot of unseasonal cool air. Northwest winds will give way to raw conditions with windchills holding in the 30s through most of the day. Expect highs to top in the upper-40s under clear skies.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Winds will become calmer through the night as temperatures plummet below the freezing mark. Monday morning daybreak will range between into the mid-to-upper 20s for most with frost likely.
NEXT WEEK: Afternoon highs will continue to recover to near-seasonal Monday under partly cloudy skies. Expect a high of 51° by Tuesday. The next best chance of showers will arrive Wednesday morning. The warming trend will continue through the week.