A mainly clear sky and light winds will set the stage for a cold night with lows in the 20s to near 30. There will be frost and freeze for much of the area. If you have rushed sensitive garden plants into the ground, cover them with a cloth cover before you go to bed and remove it soon after the sun rises. Leaving the cover on too long or using plastic can actually cause more damage to your plants. Tuesday will start chilly but turn a little milder with sunshine mixing with clouds. Temperatures will be back to near 50 by lunch and then to near 60 by evening.
Wednesday will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine. There will likely be more clouds the farther south you are and more sunshine the farther to the north. High temperatures on Wednesday will reach into the lower to middle 60s. A front will stall to our south later in the week and that’s going to give us a lot more in the way of unsettled weather. A series of disturbances will move along this front and bring us some rounds of showers. Some showers and drizzle Thursday with more in the way of rainfall the farther south you live. Temperatures on Thursday may have a tough time getting out of the 50s in some places. We’ll have some showers, maybe a period of steadier rainfall on Friday with highs in the lower to middle 60s. The threat for showers will stay with us over the weekend. Saturday and Sunday will bring some showers each day with a good deal of clouds. Highs will be near to just above 60 on Saturday. More spots may make it into the middle 60s with the chance for a thunderstorm on Sunday. The last of these disturbances will move out of the area for a return of some sunshine on Monday. Temperatures will rebound into the middle 60s Monday.