A gradual break-up of clouds through the evening will give way to sun and highs in the 70s most of the week, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Jamie Simpson said Monday evening.
“We won’t get rid of all the clouds overnight. We should clear enough for some patchy fog to develop heading into morning,” Simpson said.
The fog should burn off quickly and some clouds will give way to sun. Tree pollen Monday was high and the sun and warmth the next few days should drive it even higher.
The next three days should be fairly sunny and nice, as well as warm. This week, overnight lows will be in the 50s and afternoon highs in the 70s. Wednesday is expected to be the sunniest and warmest, with some areas that might reach 80, Simpson said.
Look for clouds to increase Friday and Saturday, bringing highs down to the 70s and 60s respectively. There may be a few showers Friday, but they will be more likely Saturday.
Rain is in the forecast for Sunday and next Monday.