StormTrack 12 Planning Forecast
THIS AFTERNOON: We'll start off with mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures. As a cold front approaches, we'll start to see increasing clouds and a few spotty light showers late, mainly north of highway 64. Highs: 74 to 78 inland, 70 to 74 beaches. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph.
TONIGHT: Clouds will stick around, and any rain showers will start to diminish. Winds will shift towards the northwest around 5-10mph. Temperatures inland 48-52, coastal sections 54-58.
WEDNESDAY: We'll see plenty of high clouds around with some sunshine. It'll be a cooler and breezier day. Temperatures will range from 62-66. A few spotty showers or sprinkles can't be ruled out, especially in the northern counties.
We will remain dry with sunny skies to start the week. A slight warm up Monday and Tuesday with highs in the upper 60's to low 70's Monday and the mid and upper 70' by Tuesday. A cold front will approach by Tuesday with a slight chance for a shower or two. On the back side of the front, temperatures will fall back into the mid 60's with partly sunny skies Wednesday through Friday.