The crystal blue skies will be a dominating feature for us this afternoon. Winds influenced from the southwest will begin to flow into the region as well. The combination of sunshine and the southerly wind flow will assist in boosting the mercury to near-seasonal heights. Highs will range between the mid-to-upper 50s. After sunset temperatures will begin to plummet into the lower-40s with clear skies.
We are tracking another shot of cooler air that will be moving in through the overnight hours. The good news is, our next cold front will not bring any rainfall. However, the biggest changes you will notice tomorrow is firstly the return northwest winds and secondly are the cooler conditions. In fact, current model data is suggesting many locations in the area will have a challenge to approach the 50-degree mark.
Stay warm out there!