Temperatures fall as clouds increase tomorrow.
Overcast skies will great you as you wake up on Monday and temperatures will be correspondingly cooler. Those cooler temperatures will be helped by the clear skies overnight and the incoming cloud deck next morning. Those clouds will help to insulate the temperatures cooler and hold out the sunshine keeping temperatures in the upper 60s to low 70s in the valley. There is a chance for some showers in the afternoon tomorrow, but a better chance overnight Monday into Tuesday morning.
Tuesday brings its own challenges as clear skies in the morning will open the door to thunderstorms in the afternoon. Conditionally unstable atmospheric conditions will allow for very localized cells to form. There won’t be much turning with height so tornadoes aren’t expected, but the freezing level will be very low and hail could be an issue in some of the storms.
The rest of the week is looking below average as the clouds and showers remain around through the rest of the week and into the weekend. Another cooler system will move in Friday into Saturday with breezy winds and moderate rain possible. If the clouds clear out thunderstorms could be an issue as well.
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