The soggy weekend weather is leaving us behind, just in time to return to work and school for most in the Tri-State. Tonight, the cloud cover will give way to clearing skies, and a change in wind direction will allow temperatures to hold steady in the mid 30s in the suburbs north and west of town, while the city and coastal locations remain in the low 40s.
Dry and unseasonably mild weather will return to the region on
Monday as high pressure builds into the region from the West. With
plenty of sunshine, highs on Monday will rise well into the 50s
across much of the region, about 10 to 15 degrees above normal. It'll be breezy at times, but fairly pleasant. Tuesday and Wednesday are both pleasant, as well, with high temperatures rising into the upper 50s.
TONIGHT: Partial clearing. LOW: 40
MONDAY: Mostly sunny and a bit breezy. HIGH: 56