In the wake of yesterday's storm system our temperatures take a big dip into the mid and upper 20s, which is average for this time of year. High pressure building into the region means gradually fewer clouds with more sunshine developing through this Tuesday afternoon. Our upper level winds become "flatter," more straight West to East which should help bring a return to warmer temperatures again by mid and late in the week. While there are a couple minor disturbance which will whip through, there's not a lot of support for any precipitation, just more clouds. So the dry stretch looks to continue through the upcoming weekend.
Have a great Tuesday!