High pressure remains in control of our weather and with the associated sinking stable air, gives us a continuation of the crystal clear skies from the last couple of days. The ridge has shoved off to the East switching our winds around to the warm Southwesterly direction. That means temperatures will climb even higher tomorrow after a crisp night, tonight. The sunny warm air comes to an abrupt end on Monday. There's a cold front which will approach us from the Northwest. This boundary will trigger showers and even a few thunderstorms as we kick off the work week. Perhaps more significant will be the tumble in temperatures. The mercury will barely manage to rise to 60 degrees by Tuesday.
Have a great Sunday!