FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Mostly sunny skies with highs into the mid/upper 60s

FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Mostly sunny skies with highs into the mid/upper 60s

(WAFF) - We're starting this morning with cloudy skies and isolated rain showers. Areas of drizzle/mist are also possible as well as a few foggy spots. With low clouds this morning, visibility could also be reduced in the higher elevations.

Winds will be out of the north today around 10 mph, and that should hold temperatures lower than they were yesterday. Morning readings will fall into the lower 50s. We should make it back to around 60° by lunchtime with highs into the mid/upper 60s.

The chance for rain will diminish over the course of the morning, and we should be dry for the afternoon. Skies should also begin to clear, and we'll finish the day with mostly sunny skies. Look for a mainly clear sky overnight with lows dipping into the mid 40s.

Clouds move back in for Wednesday, and skies will be mostly cloudy to finish the work week. Occasional rain showers are also possible from time to time Wednesday through Friday.

Highs will likely stay in the 60s the next few days perhaps making it to near 70° on Friday. Skies should begin clearing by Friday night. Lows will be around average for this time of year, in the upper 40s and lower 50s. We'll be warmer over the weekend with more sunshine.

Highs Saturday afternoon should rebound into the mid 70s. We'll be into the upper 70s for Sunday, and that warmer weather should continue into next week.  We'll be dry this weekend, but a slight chance for rain returns to the Valley on Monday.