High pressure is building in from the West and this should serve to scour out some of Monday's thick cloudiness slowly from West to East. Slowly is the key word though and with so much lingering low level moisture, Eastern communities may stay mired in a good deal of cloudiness much of the day. The building ridge will also begin to diminish our winds from the strong gusts we had to deal with over the last 36 hours or so. While we'll be a bit cooler than yesterday, our readings will remain mild and just about where they should be for this time of year in the low 30s. Meantime, a more Southerly component to the wind will usher in another brief warm up with readings in the mid and upper 30s for midweek. More sunshine on Wednesday will be replaced by the next disturbance and light snow or a rain/snow mix set to arrive by Thursday.
Have a great Tuesday!