Warm but not much sun
The first few days this week will resemble the weather you experienced on Sunday. A low pressure system and associated fronts are positioned to our northwest. Ahead of this storm system, the southerly pump of milder, muggier air is providing enough low level moisture to maintain a cloud deck and allow areas of fog-especially during the overnight hours. Those southerly winds though will allow highs to run in the middle 70s and keep lows in the 60s. It appears that the cold front will sag into the state Monday Night but stall and fall apart over our area Tuesday and Wednesday. As is the case with any front though, as a trigger for rain, spotty shower chances can't be ruled out over the next three days although most of the time will be spent dry.
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