Take the umbrella for the Veterans Day ceremonies today. Highs will hit the low 70s during the morning, with falling temps as the day progresses. Expect heavy rain pockets as the front swings through the region this evening with colder air set to follow overnight. As you head off to bed, skies will still be mostly cloudy with isolated showers around. Temperatures take a major plunge overnight as wake up readings tomorrow will average around 40 degrees, that's about a 30 degree drop compared to this morning's numbers.
Besides the cold air, Tuesday also promises lots of sunshine with highs struggling to hit 60. Wednesday morning brings upper 30s, daytime highs in the low 60s, with full sunshine overhead. A gradual warming trend begins Thursday with upper 60s, then Friday into the weekend we're back in the seasonal zone with afternoon readings reaching the low 70s each day.
After today's rainstorms, no wet weather is in the forecast through the end of the weekend!
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster