Today will feature more great Fall weather as high pressure slips offshore just to our south. This will result in warm WSW breezes that will bring in slightly warmer air. As a result, highs today will be a few degrees warmer, right around 70 in the north and right around 80 in the south. Skies will once again be mainly sunny though a few high wispy cirrus could move in for the afternoon/evening hours.
The outlook for the rest of the week has not changed with even warmer temps tomorrow being shut down by showers and storms associated with our next cold front. This front will usher in cool temps, some of the coolest we’ve seen so far this season. The chill sticks around through Friday before moderating ahead of another front this weekend.