The atmosphere is digging a trough in the air over our heads and surface low pressure will drag a cold front through the area late today into tonight. Ahead of the system, very strong Southwest winds gusting to 40 miles per hour will drive readings much higher than yesterday with highs in the low to mid 70s. The combination of these factors will lead to a variety of sky conditions through the day. We'll see plenty of sunshine, initially. Clouds will build by midday and showers are likely to develop with forcing in the late afternoon and evening. There is enough support to mention the possiblility of a few embedded thunderstorms, too. Unsettled weather should exit just after midnight with rapidly sinking air leading to clearing conditions. Look for plenty of sunshine and cooler readings again for Thursday before the next rapidly approaching system brings more showers for Friday.
Have a great midweek Wednesday!