You may run into a little patchy drizzle very early this morning. But beyond that, the clouds will quickly part and we'll see increasing sunshine throughout the day. Despite the sunshine and a west/southwest breeze, it'll be a little cooler today--mid/upper40s--than Saturday's 58° high.
Tonight will bring mostly clear skies and temperatures that will bottom out around 35°.
If your long-lasting case of cabin fever hasn't been cured yet, perhaps Monday and Tuesday of this week will do the trick. Gusty southwest winds will usher in dry and unseasonably mild air. Thermometer readings will soar into the low to mid 60s under partly cloudy skies both days.
But be sure to get out and take advantage of it because rain will move in Tuesday night and Wednesday along with much cooler temperatures. Wednesday's high--in the upper 30s--will come during the morning with temperatures falling throughout the day.
FOX19 Meteorologist Steve Norris