As one area of high pressure pulls away from us, we'll continue to see warming temperatures on Southwest winds with plenty of sunshine. There's a cold front which will sweep through later today and tonight, but our air remains very dry in the lower levels of the atmosphere, so expect to remain precipitation-free. In fact, the boundary will have minimal impact on sky conditions, but it will initially level off our temperatures before sending them lower for the remainder of the week. While readings will fall from today's mid 70s, the drop won't be too significant as mercury will likely reach the mid 60's Wednesday through the upcoming weekend.
Have a great Tuesday!