A cold front will approach from the west today, leaving us with warmer and more humid air as well as weather that’s a bit more unsettled. Skies will feature a mix of sun and clouds as the front crosses the region. This morning, look for more clouds north and better opportunities for sunshine to the south. This afternoon/evening will see a reversal of fortunes with the front’s clouds moving towards the coast and drier air working into the mountains.
There won’t be a ton of rain associated with the front, but some showers are possible especially midday up in the mountains where the best overlap of forcing and fuel will be for convection. We might even see a rumble or two of thunder, but overall there looks to be too little in the way of atmospheric “juice” to support much of a thunderstorm threat.
Temps will rise into the upper 70s down south and low/mid 70s up north.