Posted: May 12, 2013 7:41 PM by Daniel Phillips
High pressure will be nothing short of dominant for the beginning of the work week. This means sunshine will be in great abundance for the next several days, with a few clouds dotting the sky.
The nature of this system will also result in humidity levels being drastically lower, then they were the passed few days. The dry atmosphere mixed with a slight cool breeze out of the north means temperatures will be nothing short of spectacular.
Highs over the next couple of days will be in the lower 80s, so a few degrees below average but more or less on track for this time of year. Lows will be cool Sunday night as temperatures take a quick dip down into the mid to low 50s.
The cool patch won't last long as the rest of the week lows are back to seasonal. The next chance for some rainfall will be around Thursday with scattered showers possible, models have been iffy though on these chances so stay tuned through the week.