Departing high pressure will swing our winds around to the Southwest and help boost temperatures even higher than yesterday, into the mid 80s. The leading edge of warmer air will trigger some isolated showers or even a thundershower, though most of the area will remain dry for most of the day. A large trough in the upper levels of the atmosphere, combined with an approaching surface cold front, will lead to more moisture and lift with showers and thunderstorms developing late tonight and into tomorrow. In fact, Thursday looks to be rather unsettled and wet as that boundary passes through our area. With winds returning to the Northwest and a Canadian air mass moving in by Friday, look for noticeably chillier readings to finish off the work week. The below average high temperatures in the low 70s plus plenty of sunshine should persist through the weekend, too.
Have a great Wednesday!