Expect mostly cloudy skies and warm temperatures to persist over the next couple of days. Daytime highs are expected in the mid 40’s at upper elevations. The winds will shift to the west today as wind speeds drop slightly; expect gusts to reach 45mph on ridge tops. Things will cool off slightly this evening though it does not look like we will see a hard freeze tonight with lows expected to remain close to freezing at upper elevations, and well above freezing at lower elevations.
Tomorrow promises to bring very similar weather marked by increasing cloud cover, warm temperatures, and moderate SW winds. There is a slight chance of showers on Monday evening preceding an approaching low-pressure cold front. Expect to see cold temperatures return on Tuesday with increased chances of precipitation and strong winds.