Cool high pressure will continue to affect the area in terms of temperatures the next couple of days as we continue a pattern of northwest flow. The visible satellite this morning shows an area of low clouds that will continue to hang around until the late morning hours when we expect some sunshine to break out. Temperatures today will only reach the middle to upper 50s. Thankfully the winds won't be as strong as yesterday, so it will be a little more tolerable.
Tonight a few clouds will be around, with lows around 40.
Wednesday our next weather system moves to the south of the area bringing with it more cloud cover and even a chance for a few showers later in the day. At this time it does not appear that we'll receive any significant precipitation from this system, as it will be fighting drier air that is currently in place. Most of the heaviest amounts will be found to the south of the area. With the clouds and potential cooling effects of the rain highs on Wednesday won't be much better than today, only in the lower to middle 50s.
Good news awaits on the horizon though as we'll bring back the southerly flow by Thursday and beyond which will boost our temperatures into the 70s. The next chance for precipitation arrives later this upcoming weekend.