Cool weather is set to continue over the next several days as the jet stream keeps sending us air from Canada. Our clouds and isolated showers today should move off to the east tonight, leading to a dry but chilly night. But on Sunday another upper disturbance will drop in from the northwest, with more clouds and a chance of showers by late afternoon or evening. Severe storms are not expected by it may be unstable enough for some thunder and lightning.
Monday is looking like a nice day with sunshine and warming temps, but a strong cold front is still expected by Tuesday evening. This looks more like a ‘winter’ front, with gusty northwest winds and falling temps. In fact, models indicate that it may get cold enough behind the front for some wet snow to mix in with the rain before ending. And then the issue will be a chance of frost/freeze conditions Wednesday and Thursday mornings with lows in the 30s. Right now frost may be more likely on Thursday due to clear and calm conditions.