Welcome to a new week!
The weather is looking absolutely fantastic as we kick off the week with cool and dry air in place.
Expect low temperatures overnight tonight and into Monday morning to drop back into the mid-40s under clear skies.
Wall-to Wall sunshine can be expected on Monday as high temperatures struggle to reach the mid-60s.
Coldest temperatures of the week will come on Monday night and into Tuesday morning as lows fall into the lower 40s.
Plentiful sunshine on election day as high temperatures settle into the upper 60s to lower 70s across the region.
We will gradually be warming up through the rest of the week, but rain chances will remain zeroed out.
Upper 70s and lower 80s return for the weekend as rain chances will sit no better than 20%.
Next cold front would not arrive until the middle part of next week.
Have a great week!
In the tropics: Tropical Storm Eta continues to strengthen and is forecasted to become a hurricane by late Sunday.
It will continue to track westward toward Central America where a landfall is expected sometime on Tuesday.
Unfortunately, it is forecasted to be a category 2 storm upon landfall bringing a life-threatening storm surge, high winds and very heavy rainfall for portions of Central America.
It is then expected to weaken with time as it moves farther inland.
Some models then want to take it more on a northward track by the weekend and into next week (toward Cuba, eastern Gulf), but that scenario remains uncertain at this time (Still 7-10 days out).
Bottom line: we will continue to keep an eye on it and keep you updated with the very latest in the days ahead.
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