Today will be our final day of unseasonably warm temperatures as a powerful area of low pressure and associated cold front will sweep into the region by late this evening.
Early this morning showers and a few thunderstorms will be possible before we see a break during the late-morning and afternoon hours. Winds will be picking up substantially during the day with gusts around 35 to 40 mph possible at times.
This evening as the front moves through a line of scattered showers and thunderstorms will likely develop. At this time no severe weather is anticipated, but a few of the stronger storms could produce some brief wind gusts over 50 mph.
Once the front moves through much colder air settles in for the remainder of the week with temperatures falling into the 30s and then eventually the 20s as we approach next weekend.