From Rusty Garrett:
Keep the rain gear handy again today as more scattered showers are expected. Rain during the afternoon could be locally heavy at times and there could be a few storms with gusty winds and small hail, but severe weather chances tonight are low. Despite the rain and cloudy skies, highs today should still reach the upper 80s.
Since our next cool front will be moving through, any scattered showers and storms along the front should move out of the area after midnight. We'll still likely have lingering clouds behind the front and maybe a few isolated showers through 8am Wednesday, but we'll be mostly dry by daybreak. Temperatures steadily fall behind the front and should settle in the mid/upper 50s by Wednesday morning.
Highs Wednesday, on breezy north winds, stay quite comfortable in the upper 60s and low 70s. Like the last few fronts, this one won't bring a dramatic drop in temperatures. Thursday morning lows near 50° climb into the mid 70s during the afternoon, but highs jump into the low 80s Friday. We'll be warming back into the upper 80s and low 90s Saturday and Sunday. Another front, albeit a weaker one, arrives Monday with a 50% chance of rain. Next Monday's front should drop highs into the upper 70s and low 80s.