We had a warm start with overnight clouds keeping temperatures in the low to mid 60°s. A lingering low pressure system, and a shortwave trough, have allowed for clouds to thicken up, and they'll stay that way going through the day. A couple of showers have formed up north because of the trough, tracking south, but at the most they'll last until the afternoon, but more than likely will die down beforehand. Skies stay cloudy going through the day, until the evening as the sun will be strong enough to evaporate the clouds. This will give us a clearing around 7pm, which could warm our temperatures into the upper 70°s.
High pressure will move in for the overnight tonight, keeping the skies clear and cooling us down into the low to mid 50°s. The high stays with us for the next several days, keeping the weather sunny and warm throughout the weekend, where temperatures will be in the low 80°s. We'll gradually warm up with the increase in sunlight as we head into the work week, with a chance for seeing the mid 80°s on Wednesday. A low pressure system will move in next Thursday, bringing us a chance for a few light showers.