Highs today should run 65-75.
A few isolated showers & t'showers (25%) are possible over the northern & northeastern half of the area closer to the northward-advancing surface warm front.
Skies will feature a mix of sunshine & clouds with greatest amount of cloud coverage in the north & northeast.
Strong south-southeast in the far north to south-southwest winds as you go southward in the area may gust to 35 mph.
There will be a lot of dry air in the southwestern half of the area with dew points in the 30s. This, with recent dry weather & very low humidity, warm temperatures & gusty winds, will result in elevated brush fire danger through the afternoon to early evening.
Rainfall is possible later tonight to tomorrow before tapering late. Greatest rainfall coverage will tend to be in the south.
Highs tomorrow should run 54-66 with the coolest readings in the south & far southeast.
Winds will be strong from the east to northeast, then north-northeast at 20-32 mph.
Total rainfall today to late Thursday looks to run 0.06-0.80" (highest amounts in the south).
Areas of fog & lows 36-45 are likely Thursday night.
Friday will feature increasing clouds southeast to northeast winds over the area (with warm front draped).
A few showers are possible by evening.
Highs of 58-72 are possible with coolest readings in the north & northeast & warmest in the south.
Some rainfall is possible Saturday with best coverage in the south.
It will be windy from the northeast with highs in the 50s.
Looks like rainfall should vary from 0.05-0.80" north to south.