From Elliot Wilson:
Skies will stay clear going through the overnight, but south winds will help keep those temperatures from getting too chilly tonight. We dip to the upper 40’s to low 50’s late evening, before getting into the upper 30’s to low 40’s for the start of Monday. You’ll want the jacket in the morning, but not in the afternoon as highs will end up getting into the low to mid 70’s! An approaching low will also keep our overnight temperatures warmer, as we’ll be above the 30’s for overnight lows during the week.
That low will track towards us going into mid-week, and south winds give us highs in the mid 70’s Tuesday through Thursday. Slight rain chances arrive Wednesday morning, with better rain chances on Thursday as a front will be approaching the area. However, the best rain chances look to arrive early Friday morning when the front moves through. By that point, rain chances go up to 40%. Things look to dry up by midday, before cooler air arrives heading into the weekend with highs in the low 60’s Friday afternoon and in the upper 50’s for Saturday.