FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Plenty of sunshine with warm temperatures

FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Plenty of sunshine with warm temperatures

(WAFF) - Temperatures are mild in the mid 50s to low 60s this morning with partly cloudy skies.  We should see plenty of sunshine through the day and temperatures will be warm like yesterday. We should warm into the mid/upper 70s by lunch time with highs in the low-to-mid 80s.

Winds could be breezy at times out of the south at 5-15 mph. We should stay dry this afternoon with mainly clear skies expected tonight. Lows should dip to near 60° for Tuesday morning.

We'll see a mix of sun and clouds for the afternoon. It will feel more summer-like with highs into the mid 80s. A pop-up afternoon shower or storm isn't out of the question, but most will stay dry. Any storm would fade as the sun sets. Lows should stay in the 60s as we head into Wednesday morning.

Look for increasing clouds Wednesday as a cold front approaches the Valley from the west. Scattered afternoon storms should develop. Rain and storms look to be more widespread on Thursday. While some storms may produce gusty winds, the threat for severe weather appears low across the Valley.

The clouds will hang on to finish out the work week, but any rain would be isolated on Friday. Highs should still be in the lower 80s.  Saturday's weather should be similar…more clouds than sun with a stray rain shower possible. Lows will stay in the 60s over the weekend.

Another cold front should be nearing the Valley as we finish the weekend. That will bring a higher chance for rain/storms on Sunday. We'll continue to monitor the threat for stronger storms with this system as the week progresses. You'll want to check back for the latest forecast.