This morning temperatures started off into the 40s and 50s area wide. High pressure has provided great weather the last few days. High pressure will begin to move east and now we are seeing southeast winds. Highs in the Crossroads will range from the upper 70s to the lower 80s. Tonight lows will again drop into the 50s. It is possible we may see some fog trying to form with clear skies and light winds. Sunny skies will continue Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the 80s. The upper ridge will begin to break down midweek which will lead to some rain showers Thursday.
I am only expecting some showers because of a stalled cold front in our region. The front washes out and southeast flow continues Friday and Saturday. Our next weather system arrives Saturday with another cold front. As of now, severe weather is not expected but it will be something needs to be monitored. Sunny and drier conditions moves back into Victoria for Sunday. Highs over the next seven days will be at or slightly above average and lows in the 50s and 60s.