Good Tuesday morning everyone!
The rain has moved out east on VIPIR 7 Doppler Radar and it's a beautiful start!
Temperatures are interesting, however, as the cold front continues to sweep east, cooler air is pushing in from the west. Some reached the chilly 40s by the start of the morning drive in the far northwest, while most will started in the comfy 50s. Because of that cooler northwesterly flow today, we'll spend most of the morning trying to climb up out of the 50s. So a early morning jacket would be a good call.
However, while more sunshine breaks free and only a few upper level clouds pass through after this morning, we'll feel quite nice with highs in the mid 60s this afternoon. Only a few clouds will cruise by our skies at times heading into tomorrow, but the chill behind this latest cold front will sink in a bit more across the Southeast.
We'll watch temperatures tumble tonight into the 30s for most, with highs tomorrow in the upper 50s. It's a short lived chill as highs Thursday and Friday will return to the 60s, but our mornings will be on the colder side in the 30s.
For today, mainly sunny skies with highs in the mid 60s. Your VIPIR 7 Day Forecast will feature a nice stretch of weather for the rest of the work week, with chilly temperatures starting off the mornings in the 30s and afternoon highs returning to the 60s after tomorrow.