High pressure and a useless cold front: your weather for the week

A weak cold front associated with an upper level trough will pass through tomorrow morning and do nothing but shift our winds to be out of the north. Mostly sunny conditions will persist, with highs in the low 70s. Temperatures will dip into the low 50s for overnight lows into Tuesday morning.

The first half of the week will see ridging dominating the atmosphere, leading to a warming trend in temperatures and mostly sunny skies. Highs will rise to 80 degrees by Thursday, which is as high as they will get. Thursday will be the beginning of a cold front coming in, with isolated shower chances throughout the day, but increasing at night.

The cold front that will actually do something to our temperatures is expected to pass through the area sometime this coming weekend. Our two long range models continue to deviate from each other, with one showing the front passing through on Friday afternoon, and the other showing passage occurring Saturday. As for now, we will stick with Friday until they come to a consensus. Either way, the weekend is looking cooler and sunny.