The clouds were stubborn to leave the region today, but sunshine made its much welcomed return by late afternoon.
With clear skies and high pressure moving in place for the remainder of the night, radiational cooling will be allowed to take over.
As a result, temperatures will be mainly falling into the mid-30s by tomorrow morning.
Some lower 30s will be possible, especially for northern parishes.
A patchy to light frost could be possible as well, so of course you will want to protect any tender vegetation you may have and make sure the pets have a warm place to stay as well.
There is the possibility that we may see at least some patchy fog by tomorrow morning as well, although overall confidence in that remains low at this time.
We will watch the trends as the evening progresses...
Mainly sunny skies are expected for Sunday afternoon as temperatures top out close to where they should be this time of year in the lower 60s.
A relatively quiet pattern will ensue for the first parts of the upcoming week as mainly sunny skies remain in place, outside of the fact that we may see some higher-level clouds try to work in on Monday afternoon.
Highs will be in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees on Monday and then we will favor mid-60s on Tuesday.
Clouds will start to build in on Wednesday ahead of our next upper-level disturbance.
Most of the day should be dry, but I have left minimal rain chances in the forecast mainly for late in the day.
Better rain chances arrive Wednesday night into early Thursday morning as that feature pushes through.
No severe weather is anticipated at this point...
Clouds linger into Thursday, but we should start to see the sun returned as we head into Friday!
Have a great rest to the weekend, y'all!
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