Most areas will not reach freezing temperatures tonight as we remain clear, and as winds continue from the south. Monday probably won't be as warm as Sunday thanks to a weak cool front, but it will be more or less typical for this time of year. Thanks to some moisture coming in from the Pacific and Sea of Cortez, we will have a good chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday especially, and some lingering into Thursday as well. It may be a little cooler thanks to the cloud cover, but not necessarily because of a cold front.
TONIGHT: Low of 39°, clear skies, winds SSW 10mph.
SUNDAY: High of 71°, sunny skies, ENE wind 10-15mph.
By the weekend, we will see more sunny skies and slightly cooler temperatures overall.